Common Noctule Animal
The Common Noctule Animal is a species of bat Common Noctule Animal throughout Europe, Asia, and North Africa. Common Noctule bats Animal hibernate in winter, and sometimes congregate in hibernation colonies of up to 1000 individuals.
The Common Noctule Animal is one of the largest bats in Europe, it has long, narrow wings, and small fur is close to the body. The Common Noctule Animal back is red-brown and develops a luminous sheen during the summer. The stomach is a dull, light brown teenager darker than adults, and there are Common Noctule Animal yellow-brown backs, wings membrane, Common Noctule Animal nose and broad triangular ears are black-brown.
Common Noctule Animal Constellation bats produce the eclolation call of frequencies between 25 to 45 kHz, they are relatively quick, often when it is still lighter, then they are fast, with high flying kites, beetles and other major flying insects. Common Noctule Animal Hunting for those who do fast turning and diving.
Common Noctule Animal Facts:
Length: 7-8 cm
Tail: 5-5.5 cm
Weight: 15-50 g
Social unit: Group
Status: Least concern
The most widespread of the 8 noctule species, this bat flies high and powerfully before diving steeply to grab flying insects as large as crickets and chafers. By day, it roosts, usually alone, in any available small hollow for example, in a tree, building, or among rocks. The common noctule migrates 2,000 km (1,200 miles) or more between its winter and summer sites. In spring, the female may produce 1-3 young, in Contrast to the single offspring of most small bats.