• No, its like a wasp getting in your house by accident and trying to get out plus bats don't normally have rabies soooooo there's nothing to worry about. Also might be a good idea to do some research on rabies so you can be less paranoid. ways to tell behaviour changes: infected animals are prone to more aggression disorientation and difficulty flying (infected bats may be injured as a result) eyes taking on a staring expression How people can be infected Rabies is present in the saliva of infected bats and is usually spread by the bite of an infected bat.

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