Baby Flying Foxes


    Baby Flying Foxes


    Trish Wimberley nurses three baby flying foxes (Pteropus) at a temporary bat rehabilitation centre on December 3, 2008 on the Gold Coast, Australia. Wildcare Australias Head Bat Coordinator, Trish Wimberley has been caring for the flying foxes following storms that ripped through the Gold Coast hinterland causing hundreds of the babies to loose their mothers. Wildcare Australia volunteers was provided 24hour support for the flying foxes until they are strong enough to be released into the wild. (Photo by David Hardenberg/Getty Images)




    Baby Flying Foxes




    Baby Flying Foxes




    Baby Flying Foxes


    A Baby Flying Fox (Pteropus) hangs from a clothes line at a temporary bat rehabilitation centre on December 3, 2008 on the Gold Coast, Australia. (Photo by David Hardenberg/Getty Images)




    Baby Flying Foxes




    Baby Flying Foxes


    Caretaker Shannon Hennesey feeds two Baby Flying Foxes (Pteropus) at a temporary bat rehabilitation centre on December 3, 2008 on the Gold Coast, Australia. (Photo by David Hardenberg/Getty Images)




    Baby Flying Foxes




    Baby Flying Foxes




    Baby Flying Foxes




    Baby Flying Foxes




    Baby Flying Foxes


    A Baby Flying Fox (Pteropus) only a few days old is fed at a temporary bat rehabilitation centre on December 3, 2008 on the Gold Coast, Australia. (Photo by David Hardenberg/Getty Images)

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Baby Flying Foxes


Baby Flying Foxes


Trish Wimberley nurses three baby flying foxes (Pteropus) at a temporary bat rehabilitation centre on December 3, 2008 on the Gold Coast, Australia. Wildcare Australias Head Bat Coordinator, Trish Wimberley has been caring for the flying foxes following storms that ripped through the Gold Coast hinterland causing hundreds of the babies to loose their mothers. Wildcare Australia volunteers was provided 24hour support for the flying foxes until they are strong enough to be released into the wild. (Photo by David Hardenberg/Getty Images)




Baby Flying Foxes




Baby Flying Foxes




Baby Flying Foxes


A Baby Flying Fox (Pteropus) hangs from a clothes line at a temporary bat rehabilitation centre on December 3, 2008 on the Gold Coast, Australia. (Photo by David Hardenberg/Getty Images)




Baby Flying Foxes




Baby Flying Foxes


Caretaker Shannon Hennesey feeds two Baby Flying Foxes (Pteropus) at a temporary bat rehabilitation centre on December 3, 2008 on the Gold Coast, Australia. (Photo by David Hardenberg/Getty Images)




Baby Flying Foxes




Baby Flying Foxes




Baby Flying Foxes




Baby Flying Foxes




Baby Flying Foxes


A Baby Flying Fox (Pteropus) only a few days old is fed at a temporary bat rehabilitation centre on December 3, 2008 on the Gold Coast, Australia. (Photo by David Hardenberg/Getty Images)

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