If you live in a tiger forest, you may have noticed some of the species you see there, including the large wood bats, have long, black bodies.
They are nocturnal and live in the trees for at least four to six years, sometimes more.
Wood bats are the most endangered and most endangered animal on earth.
While they may look like a pretty cute critter, they are actually one of the biggest threats to wildlife in the wild.
Wood bats are found throughout the tropics and the Andes, and have been found in almost every forest in South America, Africa and Asia.
In the U.S., they are threatened by habitat loss, deforestation, logging and poaching.
There are now over 300 species of wood bats in the U