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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Bulldog bats use their intense cries to echolocate, or bounce sound waves off objects to find food and navigate.
Even though it only weighs roughly as much as 10 nickels, the tiny bulldog bat has one big voice.
Davis' (1976) distribution map shows the lesser bulldog bat present on the Pacific versant of Central America from near Rivas, Nicaragua southward.
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In the New World, bulldog bats trawl lakes with their talons to catch and eat fish.