Flying Fox - silver coin

With 2 CRYSTALLIZED TM - Swarovski Elements
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Flying Fox - silver coin

With 2 CRYSTALLIZED TM - Swarovski Elements
  • Item Number:
    24646
  • Material:
    Silver
  • Purity:
    .925
  • Quality:
    Proof
  • Net Weight:
    25 g
  • Diameter (mm):
    38.61
  • Issuing country:
    Samoa
  • Year:
    2010
  • Package Content:
    Coin in plastic capsule, box and coin certificate
  • Design / Mint:
    CIT Coin Invest Trust AG / B.H. Mayer
  • Coin Value:
    10 Dollars
  • Max. Mintage:
    2500
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  • 58.40 USD
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Delivery options for USA

  • Economy: 5.80 USD
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While flying foxes are common to many islands of the Indian Ocean and the Western and Southern Pacific, the Samoa Flying Fox lives, as the name suggests, only on Samoa and the Fiji islands.
Usually, these particular fruit bats are nocturnal. Not the Samoa Flying Fox, however! It pretty much only seeks food during the day. It's hardly ever out and about at nights.

A fully grown flying fox weighs about 800 grams and usually reaches a span of approximately one meter; However, some can even achieve a span width of 1.70m. Males and females do not differ. Despite its impressive size, the flying fox is not dangerous to humans or other mammals, because they are exclusively vegetarian and feed on fruits, leaves, and flowers.

As is often the case, humans are the biggest enemies of the fruit bats - in the last few decades their number has declined to 80%. This is mainly due to the destruction of their environment, but also due to hunting. Sadly, rich people consider the Samoa Flying Fox a delicacy.