The Gremlins (Scansoriopteridae) are a family of arboreal flightless bats endemic to the tropical and sub-tropical forests and grasslands of Antarctica. Gremlins have a number of adaptions allowing them to live in the trees; they have long arms and short legs, making them capable brachiates, an opposable digit on each hand and foot, stereoscopic vision, given their faces an almost simian appearance, and large brains, making then quite intelligent and very curious. They live in small organised sociable troops lead by a dominant male and female. Females give birth to one, often two, pups, which cling to her back until their old enough to be independent. Gremlins are mainly carnivorous, eating invertebrates, birds and small mammals, but also eat eggs, fruit and edible fungi. Gremlins range between 40cm and 1m in length.
Nice. However, I still have to work on the taxonomy of flightless bats' radiation and I doubt it will resemble this one.
How exactly do their hands look?
An opposable thumb with two fingers.
And do the fingers have claws?
Then how do their hands look like? Like those of their movie counterparts or rather e.g. like Gibbons?