Bats do not eat mosquitoes, not on purpose. That is a myth that has since been found to be false. Biologists have been analyzing bat guano for years, in order to determine diet, and no species of bat has been found with much, if any, mosquito parts in their feces.
When a bat feeds, it does so in order to store up fat for the upcoming winter hibernation. A mosquito is tiny and has no sustenance to it at all- why would a bat waste energy for such an insignificant meal? It would have to consume thousands, or more, of mosquitoes per night to even make the effort worth it. When bats hunt they are going after moths and beetles, and any mosquitoes they consume are eaten accidentally.
Bats eat mosquitos.
Yes they are very important for the fruit bats to eat
No they do not eat mosquitos
Bats do not eat mosquitoes. WRONG . -Many varieties of bats are insectivores. Mosquitoes are are a particular prey for many .
bats eat bugs, like spiders, mosquitos, all the little pesky things
No. Most bats also eat insects (some can eat 600 mosquitos an hour!). There are also "vampire" bats that drink blood from cattle and some other animals.
Bats pollinate plants and eat large quantities of night-flying insects such as mosquitos.
Mosquitofishes Eat Mosquitos
Dragonflies, bats, and spiders are all species that dine on mosquitos.