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By Richard Hoath

A box consultant to the Mammals of Egypt is the 1st entire box advisor to each mammal species recorded in modern Egypt, from gazelle to gerbil, from hyena to hyrax. every one mammal species is defined intimately, almost about id beneficial properties, prestige, habitat, and behavior, and with comparisons to related species. A map can also be supplied for every species, truly exhibiting its present, and often times old, variety. each species is meticulously illustrated the bats and sea mammals in precise black-and-white illustrations, all different species in scientifically actual colour plates. extra vignettes emphasize facets of mammal habit, conceal the trivia of such gains because the nose-leafs and ear constitution of a few of the bat species, and illustrate the tracks and trails of the customarily encountered mammals. this is often an integral reference paintings for an individual attracted to the natural world of Egypt, from expert biologists to abandon tourists and amateurs. moreover, because it describes and illustrates each whale and dolphin species recorded in Egyptian waters, together with the pink Sea, it will likely be of distinct value to an individual diving within the zone. The ebook is compact, effortless to slide right into a daypack, and good as much as the pains of desolate tract travel.

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Wing membrane brownish with pale outer edge to forearm. Tail does not exceed interfemoral membrane in length. Range and status: Africa south of Sahara to Botswana, north to Sudan and Egypt. East to Arabia, Pakistan, and northwestern India. In Egypt, recorded from the Delta, Wadi Natrun, Cairo and environs (inc. Abu Rawash, Saqqara, and Giza), Fayoum, south along Nile Valley to Luxor and Aswan, down to Sudanese border. Red Sea coast near Quseir. Can occur in large numbers. Habitat: Roosts in deep caverns, limestone caves, sometimes near sea, and crevices, old buildings, and ruins.

42 The Bats—Order Chiroptera Habits: Emerges at dusk. Colonies fairly small though up to 200 have been recorded. Food probably small insects. In autumn, lays down fat reserves and, thus, can remain active year round. In roosts, voice is audible as high-pitched chirp. Females with suckling young observed just south of Aswan at Kalabsha in July. When sharing with Egyptian Free-tailed Bat, tends to roost higher than latter species and readily distinguished by smaller size, more rapid flight, and higher voice.

In Egypt, Delta, Wadi Natrun, Cairo and its environs (inc. Giza pyramids), Fayoum (inc. Shakshuk), and Nile Valley south to Dendera, Luxor, Aswan, and Sudanese border. Records from Red Sea at Quseir. Habitat: Wide habitat tolerance. Roosts in caves, tombs, ruins, houses, wells, etc. Not a desert species. Egyptian Slit-faced Bat Nycteris thebaica Habits: Roosts in colonies ranging from a few individuals to several hundred. Reported to fly early and feeds on insects, inc. moths, grasshoppers, beetles, and also, reportedly, scorpions.

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