Bat Creatures

Can you answer bat facts?

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There are more than __________________ species of bats in the world.
The design of the webbed wings on the bat classify them as the only true _______________to be able to fly.
_________ evidence proves that bats aren’t part of the rodent family at all.
Bats use _______________ to be able to hear and to communicate which is why they can find their prey in complete darkness without any difficulty.
The _____________ of bats are made up of cartilage with small amounts of calcium, and the bones are similar to human fingers but they are more flexible.
Bats do need to drink water, and some of them can to it while in ___________.
The typical life span for a bat is approximately _____ years.
Bats communicate with ___________ sounds that humans can’t even hear.
There are only a ________ species of bats thoThere are only _________ species of 'vampire bats'—bats that live off the blood of animals, and none of those specieugh feed on bloo
The dung of a bat was also used during the Civil War to make ______________.
While bats typically do ___________ during the day, they also take part in some other activities such as grooming, and socializing with each other.
The bat has a very long tongue that it used for feeding and pollination, and when not in use the tongue is wound up around the __________.
______________ are found in the wings of bats and these areas are highly sensitive to touch.
Bats play a crucial role in the __________________ process.
Bats can live more than _______ years and can fly at speeds of up to _____ mph.
Bats can eat up to 1,200 ___________ in an hour and often consume their body weight in insects every night, helping keep bug populations in check.
More than half of the bat species in the United States are listed as ___________.
Most bats have only ______ pup a year, making them extremely vulnerable to extinction.
The world’s largest bat is the __________ that lives on islands in the South Pacific, and it has a wingspan of up to 6 feet.
The world’s smallest bat is the ____________ bat of Thailand, which is smaller than a thumbnail and weighs less than a penny.

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