"How big do you thing those little guys are?" I ask.
She raises hand and looks down at it, wiggles her fingers. I knew she was thinking not too big. Some bats are no larger than a thumb.
"They're big when grown up. Really Big," I say.
"How big?" she asks.
We look up a video on YouTube and watch to remarks of "Oh, my gosh!" and "Good grief!" The largest can have a wingspan of almost six feet. Because of the head shape, they are sometimes called flying foxes. Good news they eat fruit and nectar. Yep! No blood suckers hear.
I figure have a couple of these six foot creatures hanging from the rafters in the house and you won't need burglar alarm or door lock. Just hang a sign out front.
KILLER BATS ON PATROL