Niangara free-tailed bat, Niangara mops bat
The Niangara free-tailed bat or Niangara mops bat (Mops niangarae ) is a species of bat in the family Molossidae known only from its holotype. It is endemic to Democratic Republic of the Congo. Its natural habitat is either moist tropical forest or savanna.
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The bat is only known to inhabit the DRC. Its area of inhabitation is 893 km2 (345 sq mi). It appears to roost in tree stumps.