Kotec Kalona - webcam live

author: | 8, 2016 press | Other, Live cameras from the zoo | 19 comments

Kaloň live - description

Online broadcast from the Lubee Bat Conservancy, an international non-profit organization dedicated to rescuing bats and bats and their habitats through research, conservation and education focused on the involvement of children and the community.
The camera Mixing Species Flying Fox shows 5 of the 13 species of fruit bats in the rescue center. You can observe the following types of fruit bats on the camera:
Malayan Flycatcher, Coastal Flycatcher, Miller's Flycatcher, Rodriguez Flycatcher, Golden Flycatcher

Kaloni:
Kaloni (Megachiroptera) are one of the two suborders of aircraft, which is a group of mammals, which also include bats. They include a single family, the fruit bats (Pteropodidae). Despite their large size, the bats are very light and even the largest bats weigh only under two kilograms.
The calf body is similar to the body of bats, but its head is strikingly similar to the fox head.
Water lilies ensure the transfer of pollen from several hundred plants. Water lilies are mainly herbivores and feed on sweet fruits. They fly out for food during the day, in flocks or alone, then settle on a fruit tree and eat fruit. Stems and seeds spit out carefully.
Some fruit bats even preferred to eat nectar and pollen from tropical flowers that are available throughout the year. These planes fly in flocks for about twenty, then circle around the plant and shoot a long tongue individually to taste the nectar. Once the food is depleted, the flock is moved to another plant. Unlike other fruit bats, these do not inhibit, but fly all year round and still feed. They help pollinate plants and facilitate seed formation.
Kaloni use their big eyes for orientation with echolocation. Ultrasound is transmitted using the language that they click on. Calons secondary to laryngeal echolocation.
Some species of fruit bats are probably behind the origin of the dreaded Ebola virus, which causes bleeding fever (the deadliest types of the virus have up to 90% mortality). Transmission to primates may have occurred through contaminated fruit. Marburg virus is also associated with them.

Thanks to webcam operators:
https://www.facebook.com/LubeeBatConservancy

Calono stick - live








Subscribe to news from the world of nature

Subscribe to news from the world of nature

Once a week we'll let you know about the most important happenings happening in front of the cameras.

Thank you. Now check your mailbox and confirm the settings by clicking on the link.

Pin It on Pinterest

Share This

Share this page

Share with friends.

Shares