Noctilionidae

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Noctilionidae

[näk‚til·ē′än·ə‚dē]
(vertebrate zoology)
The fish-eating bats, a tropical American monogeneric family of the Chiroptera having small eyes and long, narrow wings.
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Even though it only weighs roughly as much as 10 nickels, the tiny bulldog bat has one big voice.
Dolan and Carter (1979) opined that the lesser bulldog bat is not continuously distributed along the Pacific coast from his Guatemala localities to Rivas.
In the New World, bulldog bats trawl lakes with their talons to catch and eat fish.
She played pre-recorded calls to lesser bulldog bats, some made by individuals from the same species and some from different species, and then analysed their response.