It’s time to dispel the myth that bats are aggressive and will attack humans. While bats may seem intimidating due to their appearance and nocturnal habits, the truth is that most bats are harmless and prefer to steer clear of human interaction.
In fact, bats are incredibly important creatures in our ecosystem, playing a vital role in pollination and pest control. Without bats, our environment would suffer greatly.
Despite their importance, bats have been unfairly stigmatized and feared for their association with diseases such as rabies. However, the reality is that only a small percentage of bats carry rabies, and even then, the virus is unlikely to be transmitted to humans.
It’s important to note that bats, like any wild animal, may become defensive if they feel threatened or cornered. But this is a natural response and not an act of aggression towards humans.