White mutant bat
White bats are not a specific mutant species of bat, but are usually the result of a natural or genetic variation in coat color. In some cases, white fur can help bats resemble their surroundings, making it easier for them to avoid being seen by predators or increasing their effectiveness in hunting.
However, in other cases, white bats may be the result of a genetic variation caused by a change in their genetics. This can be natural or due to environmental factors, such as chemical poisoning or genetic mutations.
White bats can be found in many areas of the world, and they often have white fur to match their habitat. However, in some cases, the appearance of white bats can be a rare phenomenon and attract attention from the scientific and animal-loving communities.