A Myotis volans bat echolcates and attacks insects. The bat captures moths using its entire wing surface, bringing the prey into its tail membrane, then into its mouth. Sometimes it doesn't like what it catches and drops the moth, other times the bat misses. But when it goes right, the bat flies away, while echolcating and eating its reward.
|Posted by Aaron Corcoran on September 23, 2013 at 3:33 PM||3738 Views|