The large-eared Lonely Joy bat was last seen after it was declared extinct in 2019.
Since then, zoologists have increased fears that this bat may not be present, as it has not been observed again.
The head of the British Mammal Association, Dr Fiona Matthews, called on the public to look for more of these bats, according to the British newspaper, “Daily Mail”.
Matthews added: “There can be some in Sussex, Hampshire or Dorset. In Europe they are often found in stately homes, castles or large barns.”
The Lonely Joy is the largest of 11 species of bats, with wingspans that can extend nearly 50 centimeters in flight.
This type of bat can live for more than 35 years, and remains suspended motionless in its lair for about five months each winter in the hibernation stage.
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