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Egyptian slit-faced bats are found throughout Africa and parts of southern Europe. They range from South Africa up through Egypt, the Arabian Peninsula, and to the island of Corfu. Nycteris thebaica is not found much outside of Africa and the Arabian Peninsula.

Biogeographic Regions: palearctic (Native ); ethiopian (Native )

Other Geographic Terms: holarctic


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