• vnsankar

    Haha. On my trip to Kenya, we found lots of Cardioderma roosting both in pit toilet shelters (hanging from the roof, over the pit) and inside the pits themselves at Tsavo E and at Adamson’s Falls in Kora NP… Must be a common roosting situation for this species. Also found Cardioderma roosting in an unused sewage chamber in one village too. Sadly no Nycteris. I guess this is the kind of dedication it takes to see 126 species in 3 weeks :p

    I seriously debated posting this in case any of my non-mammal watcher friends find it and decide to never speak to me again…

  • Jon Hall

    Best title ever! Love it

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