Greater Horseshoe Bat
About Greater Horseshoe Bat
There are over 70 species of Horseshoe Bats. They get their name because their noses are shaped like a horseshoe. Their noses have folds of skin that are used to focus sound when they use echolocation to find food. They eat insects. They catch a lof of their prey on the ground. They then take their prey to a nearby tree branch or other perch and eat it.