Rumble - Sound Gangsta Ft. Red Fox (Official Juvenile bat squeaks while being 1 month ago   03:19

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Liondub & Marcus Visonary return with their third single, ‘Sound Gangsta’ featuring the lyrical animal Red Fox out of Shaggy’s NY Ranch camp. ‘Sound Gangsta’ ft. Red Fox is a brutal sound killing anthem and is out now exclusively at Juno Download and at all other digital retailers Friday June 30th. BUY LINK: http://bit.ly/2s7UwbO


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Juvenile bat squeaks while being Rumble - Sound Gangsta Ft. Red Fox (Official 1 month ago   01:29

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This is Jeddah. He loves to be tickled, petted and scratched. Look at that blissful face.
Jeddah is a Grey-Headed Flying-Fox.
I usually clip my videos quite short when it's all one behaviour being shown, but this bliss went on and on and I just couldn't bring myself to deprive you of any of the lengthy joy.
I particularly loved the yawny and sniffy bits about half way through. And I love the curl of the tongue as he yawns.

This bat was not releasable due to injuries. He is in care with a vaccinated and licensed bat carer.
This bat is not a pet. He was a baby hand raised for release, and became an education animal.
He is used to being handled. He actively solicits attention and cuddles.
There have been suggestions that this bat is terrified and the squeaks are not cute. This bat is in bliss and is able to get away from the carer at any time. He is choosing to be stroked. He solicits attention.
Video by Mandi Griffith, a carer with Sydney Wildlife.

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Do not handle bats unless you're vaccinated and trained.
Some bats may carry deadly viruses.
No touch, no danger.