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Anonymous asked in Science & MathematicsZoology · 1 month ago

Help. We had a bat in our house, see details, please help?

A bat was in our house a couple days ago. We think it came in through the attic where there was a lot of holes. I plugged up the holes and the bat is gone but people tells me that they go into houses to lay eggs and then fly out. Where would the eggs be? I looked all over and couldn't find none. 

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  • 1 month ago

    Bats are mammals and give live birth, They are really cool animals and no call for panic.

    You get one indoors and doesn't leave on its own after a day, you can call a local bat rescue person to deal with it. They often show you how to catch a bat and release it.

    A woman the other side of town called me for a bat in her room. I looked and the bat had 2 babies and left with one, in and out through a gap in a screen.

    We left the room quiet hoping mama would get her other pup, but by morning, no luck.

    I rescued the baby and took it to a sanctuary for professional care.

    Very rare for bats to have 2 pups much less abandon them.

    You can get bat smart on the batworld dot org site.

    Get to know them, hard not to love them.

    www.batworld.org

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  • 1 month ago

    Bat eggs are very hard to find. 

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  • Anonymous
    1 month ago

    Bats are live-birth mammals. Are you sure it wasn't an anteater or a platypus?

    • daniel g
      Lv 7
      1 month agoReport

      Probably a sparrow.

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