Baby Flying Fox Learns to Flap Wings

StoryfulPublished: May 28, 2017
Published: May 28, 2017

A young flying fox was growing in strength and learning to flap its wings on February 20, while recuperating at a Queensland home that cares for bats.

Flying foxes, <a href="" target="_blank">a kind of bats</a>, typically begin to practice flapping between eight and 12 weeks of age, according to the video owner Denise Wade.

“But for now, Miss Asha is still very much a baby which allows me to spend time just enjoying and loving her as her birth mother would have done,” Wade said.

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