“No, the lesser long-nosed bat isn’t normally yellow. This one is covered in pollen after a busy night of drinking nectar,” writes United States Department of the Interior. Photo credit: National Park Service, United States of America [1200 x 868] [OS]

“No, the lesser long-nosed bat isn’t normally yellow. This one is covered in pollen after a busy night of drinking nectar,” writes United States Department of the Interior. Photo credit: National Park Service, United States of America [1200 x 868] [OS]