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Pteropidae Gray, 1821Pteropodina C. L. Bonaparte, 1837
Megabats constitute the family Pteropodidae of the order Chiroptera (bats). They are also called fruit bats, Old World fruit bats, or—especially the genera Acerodon and Pteropus—flying foxes.The evolution of megabats has been determined primarily by genetic data, as the fossil record for this family is the most fragmented of all bats. Megabats likely evolved in Australasia, with the common ancestor of all living pteropodids existing approximately 31 million years ago. Many megabat lineages likely originated in Melanesia, then dispersed to mainland Asia, the Mediterranean, and Africa over time.Megabats are found in tropical and subtropical areas of Eurasia, Africa, and Oceania.
Compared to insectivorous bats, megabats are relatively large, and with some exceptions, do not navigate by echolocation. Most species are primarily frugivores and rely on their keen senses of sight and smell to locate food.They reach sexual maturity slowly, and have a low reproductive output. Most species have one offspring at a time after a pregnancy of 4 to 6 months. This low reproductive output means that, after a population loss, their populations are slow to rebound, making them more susceptible to threats. A quarter of all megabat species are listed as threatened, with key responsible factors as habitat destruction and overhunting. Megabats are a popular food source in some areas, leading to population declines and extinction. While megabats can be a useful food resource, they are also of interest to public health; they are the natural reservoirs of several viruses that can affect humans.