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Is there such thing of a flying fox in Austrila?

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2014-12-19 00:54:24
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There are four types of flying foxes that are native to Australia. They are the black flying fox, the gray headed flying fox, the little red flying fox, and the spectacled flying fox. Their scientific names, in the same order, are Pteropus alecto, Pteropus poliocephalus, Pteropus scapulatus, and Pteropus conspicillatus.

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