CUBAN GREATER FUNNEL - EARED BAT
By: ✞ґ℮ṽøя ℬʟ☤ṧṧ, Ðøηαℓ∂ ℛøℓ﹩t☺η
More CUBAN GREATER FUNNEL - EARED BAT
- Cause of near extinction is extreme erosion of their natural habitat as well as a change of Temperature.
- The initial documented population of the bat was 100
Ecology and Behavior
- These bats typically are always in the company of other bats within the same species
- These bats also are mostly seen feeding on butterflies, moths, crickets and other insect species.
- This bat is particularly small which is ironic to the name given as "greater funnel-eared bat"
- Not much is known about these bats so what all they do is not entirely documented
Things that could've been done to help prevent endangerment
- Made the area a safe haven for the bat so the bat could begin to repopulate and begin to spread out.
- Take a few of the bats into domestication to begin manually repopulating by means of breeding.