What Is the Smallest Bat in the World?

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The smallest bat in the world is the Philippine bamboo bat that belongs to the vespertilionid family. This bat measures about four centimetres in length and has a wingspan of 15 centimetres and a weight of 1.5 grams.
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At only about 4 centimeters long and with a wingspan of about only 15 centimeters, the Philippine Bamboo Bat, is the smallest bat in the world. This tiny bat weighs only about 1.5 grams or about 1/20 of an once. As you can guess, this bat is found in the Philippines.
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