The blossom bat is native to Australia, where it eats, as you might expect, nectar and pollen from flowers. It's not unlike a hummingbird in some ways; it's a very small pollinator, equipped with a long, sticky tongue to snatch up delicious sugary nectar. It's also quite rare, as it's particularly susceptible to the destruction of its natural habitat. This particular bat, a female named Blossom, was found as a baby "after a suspected cat attack," and rehabilitated at the Bat Conservation and Rescue Center. After a successful recovery, it was released back into the wild.