There are too many animals for this letter ‘B’.
Spiky terminals on Tuscan characters simply reflect and embody that of the wings of a bat.
This can be achieved through the use of some Antique Tuscan and Gothic Tuscan letters, two capital characters per bat, ideally executed with a shiny black on a uncoated black stock.
The majority of Tuscan typefaces were produced in the second half of the nineteenth century originated as wood type in America, and were later adopted by the type founders. The first Gothic Tuscan appeared in Wells & Webb’s 1849 Specimen of Plain and Ornamental Wood Type. Nowadays they are rarely seen or celebrated.