Pteropus livingstonii (*)
Pteropus livingstonii Gray, 1866
Type locality: Comoro Islands, Anjouan Island.
* IUCN link: Pteropus livingstonii Gray, 1866 (Critically Endangered)
Livingstone's Fruit Bat (or Livingstone's Flying Fox; Pteropus livingstonii)) is a bat in the genus Pteropus. It is found only on two islands in the Comoros. It is the rarest and largest of all Comorian bat species. Its preferred habitat is montane forest, the destruction of which is a major threat to the bat population. As of 2003, the total population was estimated at 1200 individuals.They defend themselves against predators by spraying urine at attackers.
The young are born July through September. Each female typically bears one per year. The young become independent after three to six months. These bats feed on fruits. Adults have a wingspan of up to 6 feet. 
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