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Andersen's Slit-faced Bat
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Information
Range East Africa, it has been found recorded in northern Somalia, through Sudan and Ethiopia, into Kenya and Tanzania.
Scientific Classification
Kingdom Animalia
Phylum Chordata
Class Mammalia
Order Chiroptera
Family Nycteridae
Genus Nycteris
Species Nycteris aurita
Conservation Status
DDSpecies
Data Deficient

The Andersen's slit-faced bat (Nycteris aurita), is a species of slit-faced bat in the family Nycteridae.

Geographic Range[]

This species is found in various locations in East Africa. it has been found recorded in northern Somalia, through Sudan and Ethiopia, into Kenya and Tanzania.

Population[]

there are no information recorded on the exact population number of this species.

Habitat and Ecology[]

this species is connected with the savanna habitats. Also, it appears this species found in semi desert.

Threats[]

There are no records regarding the major threats.

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