It's October, so here's a bunch of pictures of bats in blankets, from two different Australian rescue organizations

By Alex Heigl
Updated October 04, 2016 03:53 PM
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It’s the spookiest time of the year! But that doesn’t mean the adorable animal quotient has dropped at all — if anything, it’s gone up, since now we have animals in costumes and cute dancing skeletons and oh yes, baby bats. Bats are amazing animals — they contribute a massive amount to pollination, pest control and general spookiness across the United States, and they’re also the only mammal that can fly, and they have built-in sonar! Isn’t that crazy? Plus, they’re super cute when they’re wrapped up in blankets. Check out some of our favorites below, pulled from Bats Queensland, a volunteer rescue and rehabilitation program in Australia, and Australian Bat Clinic, another rehabilitation center.