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The Blood Feeding Vampire Bats Videos

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For feeding on the blood of an animal (prey), the vampire bat lands near a glabrous (hairless) and thin area on the animal’s skin, for example, the shoulder or hoof of the animal. Then, cautiously and discreetly, the blood feeding bat moves to a specific spot on the skin, licks that area, and then makes a small, painless incision into the skin of its prey. Then, the vampire bat laps up the animal’s blood, just like kittens, instead of sucking it as is depicted in horror scripts. The saliva of a vampire bat has an extremely potent blood-clot dissolving enzyme (thrombolytic enzyme). This enzyme keeps the blood of the victim in a fluid state, so that the bat can easily get its nutritious feed. In medicine, this enzyme is used to treat certain clotting disorders of human beings.

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Books On Vampire Bats –

Vampire Bats (Naturebooks: Mammals) – at Amazon.com/Books

Vampire Bats (The Library of Bats) – at Amazon.com/Books

Stokes Beginner’s Guide to Bats – at Amazon.com/Books

Bats of the United States and Canada – at Amazon.com/Books

Understanding Bats – at Amazon.com/Books

Dr. Aditya Sardana

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19 thoughts on “The Blood Feeding Vampire Bats Videos

    • Fruit bats are absolutely beautiful. Flying foxes. I read Stellaluna to the kids when they were old enough to appreciate it and we all fell in love with this female fruit bat of Janell Cannon. But those sonar-echolocation-weird-nosed-big-eared vampire bat versions are different beasts entirely. Pretty neat from an evolutionary viewpoint though, I have to admit.

  1. I enjoyed this post.I always wanted to know about blood feeding Bats and this video is exciting. I want to read more of your blogs and watch many such videos. Thanks for sharing information with us in such a thrilling way. I am a fan of your work.

  2. Bats are truly one of nature’s great mysteries. They are reminders of the veritable variety of things that can jumbled up into one creature, and at the same time, vampire bats can be terrific vectors for rabies and other terrible things. Still they really don’t bother us unless we bother them, and when they do there is a huge price to pay on our part.

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