You never cease to amaze me, but your analysis indirectly brings up another point, which is that humans have an LQ that is competitive with those of the most long-lived species, but those species tend to be very different from us in fairly basic ways, so are they really all that enlightening in comparison to the example provided by humans themselves? For example, your favorite fruit bat, which computes out to a human lifespan of 99 years, is no more remarkable than humans are themselves in terms of longevity, so is learning about creatures that eat only fruit going to help us? Maybe, but it reminds me not to forget the value of human subjects also.
You made me laugh more than once, oh intrepid caped Chiropteran crusader! I will indeed stay tuned, same bat time, same bat channel!