Greater monkey-faced bat - meaning and definition. What is Greater monkey-faced bat
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Greater monkey-faced bat         
SPECIES OF MAMMAL
Greater Monkey-faced Bat; Pteralopex flanneryi
The greater monkey-faced bat or greater flying monkey (Pteralopex flanneryi) is a megabat endemic to Solomon Islands, Bougainville, in Papua New Guinea, and nearby small islands. It is listed as a critically endangered species and the population is decreasing.
Greater ghost bat         
SPECIES OF MAMMAL
Diclidurus ingens; Greater Ghost Bat
The greater ghost bat (Diclidurus ingens) is a bat species found in northwestern Brazil, southeastern Colombia, Guyana, Peru, and Venezuela.
patas monkey         
SPECIES OF GROUND-DWELLING MONKEY
Patas; Nisnas; Nisnas monkey; Erythrocebus patas; Wadi monkey; Patas Monkey; Hussar monkey; Patas monkey
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¦ noun a central African guenon with reddish-brown fur, a black face, and a white moustache. [Erythrocebus patas.]
Origin
C18: patas from Senegalese Fr., from Wolof pata.