Check out the snout on this creature! The Banana Bat (Musonycteris harrisoni) is endemic to the Pacific coast of Mexico. That nose of theirs is over 1/2 the length of the creature’s skull. The snout, or rostrum, is the longest of any bat in relation to its width. Its tongue has been measured to be over 76 mm long!
The Banana bat has been poorly studied and little information on behavior is available. However it is known that they dine on nectar. They were first found in a banana grove where it was feeding on pollen, nectar, and insects found in the banana flowers, giving the creature its name.