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Northern Jobensis Microbats rarely come into care due to their preference to fly higher than more common microbats, and as such run into less problems.
Otherwise known as the Northern Mastiff Bat, they are the largest of the freetail microbats.
During January and February when juvenile Microbats are starting to fly for the first time, they often find themselves in a spot of bother by getting stuck in houses, hitting ceiling fans or simply failing to fly and getting stuck running around the ground.



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