The tent-making bat is a medium-sized bat found in lowland forests in Costa Rica. Its face is characterized by a fleshy noseleaf and four white stripes. They have a curious roosting behavior because they bite through the midrib or vein of a large leaf so that it folds in half to form a kind of tent that provides shelter from sun, wind and tropical rains. They sleep during the day and at night they eat fruits and sometimes insects, flower parts and nectar.
I didn't want to disturb these nocturnal animals too much so I didn't use my flash. I increased the ISO and used a small LED light.
, Stefan Cruysberghs, Nikon D600 + Sigma 105mm, Request high resolution photo