Homo Wampyrus Chiroptera

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The Homo Wampyrus Chiroptera is the rarest of vampires, as they are considered a bat vampire, as they can shift into vampire bats. This type of vampire is most often found in Africa, New Zealand, and South America, but most of the population is found in China and India.

The Homo Wampyrus Chiroptera looks like a normal human but they have slightly pointy ears and sometimes a lantern jaw. Because they look like humans, they tend to mix well in appearance, but they are also socially adept at interacting with normal humans.

The Homo Wampyrus Chiroptera are sensitive to sunlight, so most of their socializing occurs during evening and night hours. When in the sun, they experience blisters and pain.