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How long do vampire bats live for?

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Vampire bats have a life span of thirty years

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Vampires live as long as humans do generally.


We have not vampire bats in Romania.


Vampire Bats we know are real creatures and can live for only an amount of time, But vampires are half dead so they "live" forever. Hope this helped



570 Years. If they are dark brown they live for 100 years.


I think vampire bats do hibernate


Their is no such thing as vampires!! but if u wanna be a dummie then go ahead and believe in vampire YOUR CHOICE i m telling ya! dont waste ur time and life bu their are vampire bats who r just bats and can live long cause they r animals!!


No, vampire bats live in South America, not the US. The US does have lots of other types of bats, though.


Because vampire bats live in dark caves


Vampire bats live in the tropics so they don't hibernate.


No, only Vampire bats live in Central, and South America.


Vampire Bats live in South and Central America.


Vampire bats live off of the blood of other animals.


yes vampire and ghost bats do.


vampire bats have very unordinary teeth that can grow up to the inches long


Vampire bats live in tropical regions. There are none in Romania.


no.they don't live in the usa because the usa is in north America and vampire bats live in south America.


Vampires live FOREVER. Bats don't ...


The Vampire Bats' mating season is all year long


no. they live in south america.


none. Vampire bats live in South America


vampire bats live up too fifteen to twenty years old. At the age of nine they have babies. At the age of seven and a half they are considered grown ups.


Vampire bats live in South America where there aren't any states.



No, they are not found in Africa.



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