Habit: The increase of human expansion has resulted in a loss of habitat for bats, forcing them to look for alternative roosts to live in and raise their young. Bat colonies living in human structures can be noisy and sometimes create unpleasant droppings or odors.
Diet: Bats are considered "sequential specialists", feeding heavily on one or two species of plant at any given time but shifting favorites every few weeks. They can also eat up to 5,000 mosquitoes a night.
Reproduction: Little is known about the reproductive cycles of bats because their nocturnal lifestyles and secretive natures have posed challenges to the study of bats in the wild.