Bats Leaving Deer Cave, Mulu N.P. Borneo

The Deer Cave in Mulu National Park is the largest cave passage in the world, home to millions of bats, at dusk (weather depending – they don’t like the rain) some 3 million bats leave the cave. Sticking together for safety they make some amazing formations across the sky. Find out more about traveling to Mulu & the town of Miri, Sarawak, Borneo; download you copy of A Flash Packers Guide, or order your paperback from Amazon.

 

 

 

3 MILLION BATS LEAVE DEER CAVE AT DUSK.

3 MILLION BATS LEAVE DEER CAVE AT DUSK.

 

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