Mexican Free-Tailed Bat - 3D Lenticular Postcard Greeting Card
4x6 inches - In clear protective reusable sleeve
Although Mexican free-tailed bats are small, weighing about 12 grams and measuring 3.5 inches long, they consume huge numbers of insects. A colony living under a bridge in Austin, Texas, for example, can eat up to 30,000 pounds of insects each night. The bats use echolocation for navigation and to detect prey. Most migrate south to Central and South America in the winter.
Card back contains lines for mailing address
Ideal as a postcard or give as a greeting card