Bats hunt their prey by making some kind of beams and it hits something and it reverse back to the bat. Now that the bat will know that where is the preys location. The bat starts flying and looking for its prey. The bat seeks its prey and swoop down really fast. It bites the prey and fly upwards again. The bat now start chewing on the prey.
All European bats hunt insects. Different species have different preferences as to the type of insects they like best. This means a number of species can live and hunt in the same space because their eating habits are complementary. Bats emerge to hunt at a similar time each evening. The duration of their foraging flights will be affected by the weather and varies between species and according to the availability of food. Bats often visit streams, rivers and ponds. This is not just because water attracts insects, it is also because they like to drink before foraging for food. Some bats will forage high in the tree tops, other low across meadows. When a particular flowering plant attracts insects many species will locate this area and forage together. They locate their prey using ultrasound and the either scoop them directly into their mouths or trap them in their wing membranes which they use like scoop nets. Some bats can hover for long enough to capture insects sitting on leaves and branches.
Bats hunt their prey by biting them