For centuries, bats have been called sinister and spooky, likely because of their beady eyes and razor-sharp fangs. But there’s more to these nocturnal creatures than meets the eyes. There are more than 1,300 species of bats in the world, making them the second most common group of mammals after rodents. Some weigh less than a penny, while others have a wingspan of six feet, but all are impressive and vital members of their ecosystems.
1 Theobald's tomb bat (Traphozous theobaldi)
1 Queen purple tip butterfly (Colotis regina)
Description: 11x7" Glass cloche display with wooden base. 1 bat with wings spread. 1 butterfly spread and mounted on brass over preserved green reindeer moss.