The endangered animals were photographed by nature artist Supreet Sahoo
Some people think that white bats can only be albino. This is incorrect; there is a species that lives in the rainforests of Costa Rica, Panama, Honduras, and Nicaragua.
These creatures are born with white fur. They are like cotton candy. Some people say they don’t really exist. They don’t.
The unique species are known as Honduran white bats.
Photographer Supreet Sahoo was lucky enough to capture a once-in-a-lifetime scene. This man is photographing birds. He was on his way to the forests of Costa Rica to get some good shots when he happened to see a group of bats under a large plant owner.
These friends are very small; they stay small all their lives. These are the largest sizes they can grow. There is no difference in the size of the males and females.
Although they are white, they are hard to spot. The Honduran white bat is currently considered an endangered species.
These bats form a group of six to seven individuals and live a peaceful life together.
They feed on leaves and never change their place.
Take a look at some great photos of these furry little balls. How lucky for Sahoo to notice these goodies!