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Life Span They are long living mammals, often living up to 15 years in the wilderness. At birth the young ones derive nourishment from their mothers who nurse them till they are big enough to move around. These bats tend to forage in forest canopies, open forests, rainforests, and even swamps; however, they sometimes visit cultivated gardens and fruit crops in search of food. Table of Contents. Grey-headed flying foxes exhibit strong social habits. Urbanisation may displace the species, or provide habitat that accommodates their feeding or roosting preferences. Although recorded in small numbers sporadically throughout the 20th century, it was not until the s that grey-headed flying foxes routinely visited Melbourne,  with a permanent camp since the s. Diet and Nutrition Grey-headed flying foxes are herbivores frugivores, they particularly favor eucalyptus blossom, although they are also known to consume fruits, pollen, nectar and bark. Its range extends approximately from Bundaberg in Queensland to Geelong in Victoria, with outlying colonies in Ingham and Finch Hatton in the north, and in Adelaide in the south. Admiralty flying fox P.
This animal is among the largest Australian bats. During the first several months of their lives, baby bats cannot fly independently and are carried on the belly of their mothers. While ADW staff and contributors provide references to books and websites that we believe are reputable, we cannot necessarily endorse the contents of references beyond our control. Its range extends approximately from Bundaberg in Queensland to Geelong in Victoria, with outlying colonies in Ingham and Finch Hatton in the north, and in Adelaide in the south. Spotted-winged fruit bat B. They are typically found at elevations less than m, but have been found at elevations as great as m. Emperor Tamarin. After about three months the young are able to fly and by five to six months of age they begin to feed independently. Long-distance movements of the grey-headed flying fox Pteropus poliocephalus.