Baby bat found alive on Australian beach

A baby bat was found alive in the surf on the Gold Coast on Friday, the Australian Bureau of Meteorology (ABM) said.

The B.A.M. confirmed to the ABC that a 4-year-old baby bat had been found by a member of the public on the South Coast on the weekend.

“The baby was found on the beach on Saturday and the bat was taken to the B.M.,” an official said.

“The B-mum will take it home with her for care.

The BOM did not give details of the nature of the injuries the bat sustained, and did not say how it got to the beach.”

We are treating it as a lost child.”

The BOM did not give details of the nature of the injuries the bat sustained, and did not say how it got to the beach.

Bats are extremely territorial.

They live in groups, and they congregate around water where they may feed.

The BOM said the bat may have become separated from its group.

The bat was later found to have been badly bruised, with its claws and talons broken.

The ABC asked the BOM about the circumstances surrounding the bat’s discovery, and whether it had been injured while on the surf.

“A male bat was seen by a local woman in the water,” the BAM said in a statement.

“She was able to contact the bat and remove it from the water, after which it was returned to its group and released into the water.”ABC journalist James McArthur, who has covered the Gold of Queensland for more than 20 years, tweeted that the bat appeared to have died.

“Looks like a bit of a lost kid with his claws and all, I think he was going to die,” he wrote.

“We have a B.O.

A on this beach.

#B.A.”

The ABC has contacted the Queensland Department of Primary Industries and the Queensland Police for comment.

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