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  • Baby bat clings to mother
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    Baby bat clings to mother
    07/04/2019
    Nitin Chandra/Solent News/SIPA
    Pictured: Baby bat clings to mother

    A baby bat clings to its mother as she flies through the air in broad daylight. Disturbed by a crow in the tree where she was nesting, the mother flying fox made a flight from a group of trees.

    Astonished photographer Nitin Chandra spotted the usually nocturnal bats - the largest of their kind in the world - in his local park in New Delhi, India. Mother bats carry their babies around for the first month after they are born. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS....

  • Baby bat clings to mother
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    Baby bat clings to mother
    07/04/2019
    Nitin Chandra/Solent News/SIPA
    Pictured: Baby bat clings to mother

    A baby bat clings to its mother as she flies through the air in broad daylight. Disturbed by a crow in the tree where she was nesting, the mother flying fox made a flight from a group of trees.

    Astonished photographer Nitin Chandra spotted the usually nocturnal bats - the largest of their kind in the world - in his local park in New Delhi, India. Mother bats carry their babies around for the first month after they are born. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS....

  • Baby bat clings to mother
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    Baby bat clings to mother
    07/04/2019
    Nitin Chandra/Solent News/SIPA
    Pictured: Baby bat clings to mother

    A baby bat clings to its mother as she flies through the air in broad daylight. Disturbed by a crow in the tree where she was nesting, the mother flying fox made a flight from a group of trees.

    Astonished photographer Nitin Chandra spotted the usually nocturnal bats - the largest of their kind in the world - in his local park in New Delhi, India. Mother bats carry their babies around for the first month after they are born. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS....

  • Baby bat clings to mother
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    Baby bat clings to mother
    07/04/2019
    Nitin Chandra/Solent News/SIPA
    Pictured: Baby bat clings to mother

    A baby bat clings to its mother as she flies through the air in broad daylight. Disturbed by a crow in the tree where she was nesting, the mother flying fox made a flight from a group of trees.

    Astonished photographer Nitin Chandra spotted the usually nocturnal bats - the largest of their kind in the world - in his local park in New Delhi, India. Mother bats carry their babies around for the first month after they are born. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS....

  • Baby bat clings to mother
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    Baby bat clings to mother
    07/04/2019
    Nitin Chandra/Solent News/SIPA
    Pictured: Baby bat clings to mother

    A baby bat clings to its mother as she flies through the air in broad daylight. Disturbed by a crow in the tree where she was nesting, the mother flying fox made a flight from a group of trees.

    Astonished photographer Nitin Chandra spotted the usually nocturnal bats - the largest of their kind in the world - in his local park in New Delhi, India. Mother bats carry their babies around for the first month after they are born. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS....

  • Baby bat clings to mother
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    Baby bat clings to mother
    07/04/2019
    Nitin Chandra/Solent News/SIPA
    Pictured: Baby bat clings to mother

    A baby bat clings to its mother as she flies through the air in broad daylight. Disturbed by a crow in the tree where she was nesting, the mother flying fox made a flight from a group of trees.

    Astonished photographer Nitin Chandra spotted the usually nocturnal bats - the largest of their kind in the world - in his local park in New Delhi, India. Mother bats carry their babies around for the first month after they are born. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS....

  • Baby bat clings to mother
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    Baby bat clings to mother
    07/04/2019
    Nitin Chandra/Solent News/SIPA
    Pictured: Baby bat is hidden under the mothers wing

    A baby bat clings to its mother as she flies through the air in broad daylight. Disturbed by a crow in the tree where she was nesting, the mother flying fox made a flight from a group of trees.

    Astonished photographer Nitin Chandra spotted the usually nocturnal bats - the largest of their kind in the world - in his local park in New Delhi, India. Mother bats carry their babies around for the first month after they are born. SEE OUR COPY...

  • Baby bat clings to mother
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    Baby bat clings to mother
    07/04/2019
    Nitin Chandra/Solent News/SIPA
    Pictured: Baby bat clings to mother

    A baby bat clings to its mother as she flies through the air in broad daylight. Disturbed by a crow in the tree where she was nesting, the mother flying fox made a flight from a group of trees.

    Astonished photographer Nitin Chandra spotted the usually nocturnal bats - the largest of their kind in the world - in his local park in New Delhi, India. Mother bats carry their babies around for the first month after they are born. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS....

  • Baby bat clings to mother
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    Baby bat clings to mother
    07/04/2019
    Nitin Chandra/Solent News/SIPA
    Pictured: Baby bat clings to mother

    A baby bat clings to its mother as she flies through the air in broad daylight. Disturbed by a crow in the tree where she was nesting, the mother flying fox made a flight from a group of trees.

    Astonished photographer Nitin Chandra spotted the usually nocturnal bats - the largest of their kind in the world - in his local park in New Delhi, India. Mother bats carry their babies around for the first month after they are born. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS....

  • Baby bat clings to mother
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    Baby bat clings to mother
    07/04/2019
    Nitin Chandra/Solent News/SIPA
    Pictured: Baby bat clings to mother

    A baby bat clings to its mother as she flies through the air in broad daylight. Disturbed by a crow in the tree where she was nesting, the mother flying fox made a flight from a group of trees.

    Astonished photographer Nitin Chandra spotted the usually nocturnal bats - the largest of their kind in the world - in his local park in New Delhi, India. Mother bats carry their babies around for the first month after they are born. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS....