IUCN threat status:

Least Concern (LC)

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It's not hard to see where the long-eared bat got its name from. Its ears are often just as large as 3/4 its body length. With such big ears, it is able to hear flapping wings of insects and doesn't need to use echolocation. Colonies of the long-eared bat are very difficult to discover.

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