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Sims 4 Bat Wings

Some spoooky bat wings for your vampirically-inclined sims! There are two different versions, one moves in conjunction with the arms of the sim (black in the preview) and one stays stationary (purple in the preview). The ones that are attached to the arms look a little more lively and animated, but if you want to make sure they work with all poses (especially those with hands in front of the body) you can use the static version! Enjoy! :)

Sims 4 Bat Wings


Part of Ash Costello's Bat Royalty clothing line, the Iron Fist Bat Wing Boots will have you stomping the mean streets! You'll stand out in the crowd with these super high platforms. Not feeling so batty or vamp? You can remove the bat wings which lace up at the top, and wear them sans-wings! These super cute boots are vegan friendly and sure to be a hit to keep you from getting bit!

First, it is easy to see that . Therefore, the ratio of the height of to the height of is . Thus, the area of is , and the area of is . So, the area of is . Besides, since trapezoid is isosceles, . Hence, the area of the "bat wings" is .

According to fellow Batman Incorporated artists, Chris Burnham told iFanboy that he designed the character first, while Paquette was the first to draw him in interiors. In line with Morrison's use of obscure continuity throughout his Batman stories, the character seems to be based visually on a minor character which appeared in Batman #250 in a story called "The Batman Nobody Knows". In this story, a young African-American boy tells his friends how he imagines Batman to be, and gives him the name "Batwings".

Batwing has shown a knowledge of martial arts and is supplied by Batman with a variety of gadgets, weapons and tech to help him fight crime and corruption. He is also very well trained without any weapon in his hands, which makes him one of the biggest threats in the Batman universe. His batsuit is armored and is capable of regeneration abilities, and adaptation skills with the help of wings allowing him to fly or glide. Because he works as a police officer it is implied that he received basic police training with the genius detective Bruce Wayne assisting him along the way.

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Have you ever thought about how different kinds of animals have body parts that work in similar ways? Like bats and bees? Both creatures have wings - even though their bodies are structured very differently.

Both bat wings and bee wings serve a common purpose - helping bats and bees fly! The structures look similar on the outside, too. However, their internal structures are very different - bat wings have a bony structure with muscles, while bee wings are membranous extensions.

Until recently, it was included within Pipistrellus, from which Hypsugo differs in terms of its skull characteristics: smaller anterior premolar, shorter rostrum, smaller incisor and canine, with a myotodont pattern of the lower molars and broad and short baculum (Horáček and Hanák 1986, Francis 2008). H. vordermanni is described as having pale reddish-brown fur with darker bases, with large ears and a slightly hatchet-shaped tragus. The most prominent characteristic of this species is its translucent white wings, which become greyer near its body. Its anterior upper premolar is tiny and displaced inwards, which results in the canine and second premolar touching. It is similar to the Least Pipistrelle, P. tenuis, which has darker wings and a narrower tragus (Payne et al. 1985). H. vordermanni is also morphologically similar to H. macrotis, albeit the latter being relatively larger (Lim et al. 2016). It is noted that H. vordermanni feeds on insects and fish in rivers and calm seas (Phillipps and Phillipps 2018).

This is a new distributional record for H. cf. vordermanni in Sabah, Malaysian Borneo. This specimen is an adult, pregnant female, with external measurements of FA 33.58 mm, E 10.1 mm, TR 4.91 mm, TB 15.19 mm, HF 8.34 mm, TVL 35.68 mm and Wt 5.8 g (Fig. 3). It is a poorly known and rare species due to its very low capture rate and is categorised as Data Deficient by the IUCN (Görföl et al. 2016). The key characters which suggest specimen identification as H. cf. vordermanni is the translucent white wings and the hatchet-shaped tragus.

In Asia, only five species of Vespertilionidae bats are characterised by their "whitish' wings ("almost translucent" and "semi-translucent" included), including Hypsugo vordermanni, H. macrotis, Kerivoula pellucida, K. hardwickii and Myotis macrotarsus (Rydell et al. 2020). The Kerivoula spp. are easily identified by their woolly fur, funnel-shapped ears, with long and pointed tragus. Meanwhile the Myotis spp. have shorter fur and forward-bent tragus (Phillipps and Phillipps 2018).

Hill (1983) and Francis and Hill (1986) remarked that H. vordermanni may be conspecific with H. macrotis, although the possibility of these two being distinct species was also acknowledged (Corbet and Hill 1992). It is noted that both H. macrotis and H. vordermanni have large ears and translucent wings (Fig. 4), with H. macrotis being relatively larger in size (Francis 2008).

Translucent or whitish wings are suggested to function as camouflage against lit background, thus indicative of the species being an open space aerial forager (Rydell et al. 2020). H. macrotis is suggested to be an edge species (Lim et al. 2016), while the specimen described here was caught on the stream located in an open area at the forest edge near a village road. 076b4e4f54


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