the third one from the left says:
“Dude … bring back the bottle … dude seriously … I am going to drink your blood … bring … dude … dude the bottle …”
They are among 130 orphans to have been rescued since storms hit the Gold Coast in Australia causing flooding across Queensland. Trish Wimberley and her colleagues at the Australian Bat Clinic and Wildlife Trauma Centre have been picking up the four-week old babies at known bat roosts.
They tiny creatures have been found on the ground covered in maggots and fly eggs. Trish said: “They come down to feed on the ground making them vulnerable. It’s not a natural occurrence. Bats are a barometer to what is going on in the environment. They’re our canaries down the coal mine.”
The surviving youngsters will be bottle fed and kept either hanging on clothes lines or in special intensive care units until they are ready to fly again in about four weeks.
(text source : http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/top-stories/2011/01/08/baby-bats-rescued-from-australia-floods-115875-22833550/)