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flying fox

includes gray-headed flying fox; see chiroptera.
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Moreover, the flying fox habitat has been declared as 'No Flying Zone' for helicopters.
In Pakistan, fruit bats are represented by three genera and four species, the short-nosed fruit bat Cynopterus sphinx, the Indian flying fox P.
Jumpin Heights became the first company in India to offer Bungy Jumping and The Giant Swing from an 83 meters cantilever platform along with Asia's longest 1 km long Flying Fox.
There is no way of knowing the flying fox population figures prior to British settlement of Australia, but certainly the numbers would have been in the thousands of millions.
The current mining rate has the Flying Fox deposit being mined at seven times that of the Lounge Lizard deposit.
The spectacled flying fox got its name from the pale yellow-colored fur that circles its eyes.
The Flying Fox was sent to Major Moore in London but despite the grandiose claims, he was never able to get the first Coventry-built flying machine off the ground.
Circaroma's aroma therapy bath and body range; Marks & Spencer's Tranquil range, including body cream with edelweiss and lavender, pounds 7; Lush's Flying Fox shower gel
Below the black canoe, which crowns the tattoo on the back, there is a small, black triangle called the "small flying fox.
We report acoustic communication in two species of flying fox that coexist in the Samoan archipelago, Pteropus samoensis and P.
Ejecta pellets are created as a flying fox feeds on fruit pulp, compressing the fruit against the palate with the tongue.
The Song to the Flying Fox, which is an English translation of Wassmann's Der Gesang an den Fliegenden Hund (1982), is an elegant and systematic exegesis of these noted chants and songs.