B is for Bat











The body of the bat needs work, but the concept of a bat hanging from the top of the page could work well.  Capital B’s for the gripping feet and a more pointed B for face and ears. Again it’s all about sourcing the right letters.

The Golden Capped Fruit bat has seen a 50% drop in their population size in the space of just ten years. This species eats pollen and nectar.  Loss in food sources when land is transformed into agricultural use is thought to be the reason behind their rapid decline.
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