Pemba flying fox Is a large and critically endangered bat (Pteropus voeltzkowi) called “popo” in Swahili, about 4000 individuals hang in a patch of trees, often taking to the air, clearly visible during the day. They called Pemba flying fox because they only founded in Pemba Island and their foxlike faces, they cannot use echolocation. Instead, they navigate using vision and normal hearing. The Pemba flying fox does not appear near human settlements unless there are large trees are fruiting. Book with us now for wonderful tours and safaris in Tanzania.