Mother and child relation is undoubtedly special, whether it is humans or animals.
There are plenty of online videos that portray mother-child relations in the most adorable manner.
You must have seen flying fox bats as terrifying creatures, and you must haven’t seen them sharing mother-child relations. The large flying fox is known as fruit bats as well, and they are the world’s largest bats.
There are 173 species of these bats all around the world. One of the species is found in Papua New Guinea.
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Papua New Guinea is home to the most diverse species of wildlife. You can also find the most exotic rainforests here.
The environment and surroundings of the forest make it an ideal habitat for flying fox bats, and they are in abundance here in PNG.
Flying fox bats are also called megabats as they are the largest bats in the world. They have a wingspan of more than 3 feet, and large colonies of these megabats can darken the sky when they take flight in the group.
They reside in trees and communicate with each other by making squealing sounds.
In this video, a baby flying fox bat is seen clinging on his mother for comfort and warmth.
Baby flying fox bats rely on their mothers for months for food. A female flying fox bat only gives birth to an infant once in a year.
For the whole first month, the baby will cling onto the mother and accompanies the mother wherever she goes.
Gradually, when the baby gets the strength and courage, the mother will leave the baby in the trees for a shorter period of time to go search for food.
As bats are mammals, they drink milk from their mother until they are old enough to eat other food items. The baby seen in the video is expected to be big enough to stay on the tree, but he was seen clinging onto his mother adorably.
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