What does bat bites and scratches look like?

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Question by Hezzer_Mezzer: What does bat bites and scratches look like?
Pictures will be much appreciated..And are they such thing as bites that appear raised up and look exactly like a pimple?

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One Response to What does bat bites and scratches look like?

  1. Often bat bites and scratches are not even noticeable because they are small. However, depending on the species of bat, bat bites can look like two small puncture wounds, not really like pimples, and the puncture wounds are usually about half an inch, or one centimeter, apart. Symptoms include slight numbness or pain, open clean looking cuts or bleeding puncture wounds, bruising and other irritations. Because of their speedy occurrence bat bites can be easily mistaken for a spider bite, bee sting or thorn puncture. Since some bats carry rabies, if you think you have been bitten by a bat, you should check with your doctor. Check here.


    May 26, 2014 at 11:00 am

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