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Mexican Long-tongued Bat Note the thin patagium exposing the bones of arms, finger, legs. The claw can be seen at tip of bat’s left thumb. (Ken Bosma / Wiki; cc by 2.0)

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Trinidadian Funnel-eared bat (Natalus tumidirostris). Note the thin patagium exposing the bones of arms, finger, legs.The claw can be seen at tip of bat’s left thumb. The uropatagium encloses the entire tail with this species. (© Daniel K. Riskin) / http://www.noctilio.com/bats)

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California Leaf-nosed Bat (Macrotus californicus), the only leaf-nosed species in the U.S. (© Daniel K. Riskin / http://www.noctilio.com/bats)

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Eastern Red Bat (Lasiurus borealis) wrapped in his furry tail membrane. (Chris Harshaw / Wiki; cc by-sa 3.0)

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