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This year the long tailed bat won the vote for Bird of The Year in New Zealand. It’s meant to remind people that the bats are endangered and have every bit at much right to be protected and admired as birds.

New Zealand
12th November 2021
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18 days ago #9863864        
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I mean, some people call bats 'sky puppies' and that's not wrong?


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18 days ago #9863860        
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Beautiful Goth Chickens

18 days ago #9863877        
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Here in NZ, we have 3 kinds of animals. Farm animals, birds, and sea creatures. We don't farm it, so it must be a bird.


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16 days ago #9864010        
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Just don't eat one. We don't need that again.

17 days ago #9863939        
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Bats are cute :D


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18 days ago #9863879        
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The annual Bird of the Year competition a fun tongue-in-cheek event whose real purpose is, as was said, raising awareness of endangered animals.
Of course, if the long-tailed bat self-identifies as Aves, then who are we to force it to be Mammalia? In any case, it flies a lot better than the majority of the local species who were born as birds...


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18 days ago #9863885        
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Batman a.k.a. Chickenman :XD:

18 days ago #9863868        
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Bats certainly are endangered in New Zealand if they were kicked out of Mammalia and had to find refuge in Aves.

9 days ago #9864332        
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Ah yes, the beautiful Flittermouse.

I personally find bats prettier than birds. Fur is fluffy, feathers are pokey, and cute little muzzles are a lot more adorable than "I'll smash your face with my face" beaks.

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15 days ago #9864042        
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WE NEED MORE COMMENTS! WE CAN'T LET THIS WEBSITE END LIKE HUMON COMICS!


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