Any flying animal has fewer predators than average, though bats do have natural predators (if they can be gotten a hold of): snakes, raccoons, opossums, spiders, skunks, owls and hawks.
Bats are strongly influenced by habitat loss and human actions, but they do still have natural predators in the wild. Owls and raptors are two predators that have the ability to catch bats while flying, making them very dangerous. Opossums and snakes are land-dwelling threats, which wait for bats where they roost or near fruit tress to catch them while they eat. Interestingly, bats have been known to demonstrate lunarphobia, which means they greatly lessen their activity during bright nights to decrease their risk of being caught by predators.
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