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SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA - MARCH 20: A Grey-Headed Flying Fox flies through the air at the Royal Botanic Gardens March 20, 2008 in Sydney, Australia. Flying Foxes, or fruit bats, have taken up permanent roosts in the Botanic Gardens, causing major damage to heritage trees in the park. The Royal Botanic Gardens has begun a program to deter the flying foxes from roosting, as there are now some 11,000 bats roosting in the park. Deterents include noise to disturb sleep patterns, plastic bags attached to branches of trees, strobe lights, odours, and the playing of taped distress calls. (Photo by Ian Waldie/Getty Images)

Yeah, but did they charge extra for “wildlife management” on the flight?

We seriously could see Spirit Airlines doing that!

Check out the video posted below.  You see that?  THAT’S A BAT ON THE PLANE!

The flight was coming into Newark’s Liberty Airport from North Carolina…

So, of course, there’s a Jersey connection to the whole thing…

Do bats eat snakes?  Maybe it was just trying to chow down on a snake?

Carl Craft is studying here on earth for a short time with varying amounts of success. He's heard every morning on The Morning Rat Race. Sometimes he goes, "sock / shoe, sock / shoe" which we think is a sign of some kind of psychosis...