Live camera showing the University of Florida Bat Barns featuring the world's largest occupied bat houses.
The original bat colonies at the campus were discovered when a fire destroyed one of the University Halls in 1987 and
the displaced bats then took up residence in several campus stadiums. Not long after it was decided to give the bats
their own lodgings which led to the construction of a special bat house and then a bat barn. Today the population is
estimated to be 300,000 bats which provide a spectacular sight at night as they leave their roost to feed and may consume
up to 2 tons of insects in a night.