giant golden crowned flying fox

I was tagged by @bowansparrow (it took so long, I’m sorry)

Rules: Answer the 20 questions and tag 20 amazing followers you would like to get to know better.

Name: Kaila
Nicknames: So many… K, K-bear, K-dog, Inspector Gadget, Skylee 
Zodiac Sign: Aquarius 
Height: 5′4
Orientation: Um…
Ethnicity: White
Favorite Fruit: Blackberry
Favorite Season: Spring?
Favorite Book: I really liked Runt and The Graveyard Book in middle school. The Dustlands series had a good ending. 
Favorite Flower: Cockscomb 
Favorite Scent: Campfire
Favorite Color: Red, purple, silver
Favorite Animal: Bats (especially giant golden crowned flying foxes) and Tasmanian devils 
Coffee, tea, or hot chocolate: Hot chocolate
Average Sleep Hours: 7
Cat or dog person? Animal person. (Dog, if I had to choose)
Favorite Fictional Character: From a book? Movie? Video game? There’s so many characters in the world. I guess any character from Tales From the Borderlands, Captain America, Wash from Firefly, Topher from Dollhouse…
Dream Trip: I’d like to go to New Zealand, Australia, and Tasmania 
Blog Created: 2013 
Number of Followers: 25 

I definitely don’t have 20 people to tag, but I will tag some amazing ones I want to know better @technofriedchicken, @pretty-blue-wolf, @micchy, @crawling-away-from-you, @deadbythefirstpage, @the-offical-mango-fandom

Imagine seeing this in your backyard. 

“The giant golden-crowned flying fox (Acerodon jubatus), also known as the golden-capped fruit bat, is a rare megabat and one of the largest bats in the world. In fact, the bat’s wings are so long that it is often seen with them wrapped around the body like a cloak. The wings can end up being up to five feet wide when fully displayed and weigh about 2 ½ pounds. The species is endangered and is currently facing the possibility of extinction because of poaching and forest destruction. The only home of the Giant Golden-Crowned Flying-Fox is in the Philippines.”


Welcome to your daily dose of bat facts for the month of October! Happy National bat month!

The giant golden-crowned flying fox is a very rare megabat. This beauty can be found in the Philippines and is the largest bat in the world. It is currently facing possible extinction because of deforestation and poaching. When people threaten the existence of bats, they sometimes don’t realize what it could mean to their own surroundings. The giant golden-crowned flying fox’s diet consists of fruits. They are known as “The Silent Planter” because they pass seeds from the fruit they eat in their droppings, helping to reestablish more plants. Some forests have found no help needed with reforestation in just a couple years due to the help of bats.