'Fangs a Million': Baby bat enjoys treat at Kentucky wildlife center

A bat at a Kentucky wildlife rescue center is loving life, and food.

Second Chances Wildlife Center in Mount Washington, Kentucky shared a Facebook video of the silver-haired bat chowing down on meal worms.

“This silver-haired bat is being hand-fed meal worms, but in the wild they would be eating thousands of insects each night. Insects eaten include beetles, flies, mosquitoes, ants, and crickets,” the post said.

According to the center, the bat will be spending "at least" the winter there.