Egyptian Fruit Bat
Rousettus aegyptiacus - These small flying mammals do not suck blood of people or animals; instead they eat soft fruits and nectar from flowers. Bats use a technique called echolocation to find their food. They make a high-pitched sound that bounces off of objects and returns to them as echoes. From the echo, bats can tell if they are near a tree, an insect, or even a person.
Interesting fact: Egyptian fruit bats keep their eyes open when they fly, to use their sight as well as their echolocation.