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Going Batty. Teaching Points. Created by Lisa Frase www.effectiveteachingsolutions.com. There Are Two Types of Bats. SMALLEST BAT LARGEST BAT. The bumblebee bat is the size of a jellybean. Flying Fox Bat

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Going Batty

Teaching Points

Created by Lisa Frase

www.effectiveteachingsolutions.com

Lisa Frase

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SMALLEST BATLARGEST BAT

The bumblebee bat is the size of a jellybean.

Flying Fox Bat

They can weigh 2 – 3 pounds. Some megabats can have a wingspan as long as a human grown-up.

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  • Flying American False Greater Little Brown Bumblebee
  • Fox Bat Vampire Bat Mastiff Bat Bat Bat

WINGSPAN OF SOME BATS

IN INCHES

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BAT FACTS

  • There are 900 different species of bats.
  • Most bats eat fruit.
  • Bats are creatures of the night.
  • Bats are the only flying mammals.
  • Bats have lived on earth for 50 million years.

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MORE BAT FACTS

  • Bats are not birds.
  • Bats fly with their hands.
  • Bats have sonar hearing.
  • Bats sleep during the day.
  • Bats hang upside down when they rest or sleep.
  • Bats clean themselves like cats.

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ECHOLOCATION

Bats have a natural “radar” built into their bodies. They can send out high pitched sounds. This helps them to travel around. Instead of seeing with their eyes, they send out sounds and the sounds echo back to their ears. The echoes help them to know their location and to keep them from bumping into things like trees.

CLICK BELOW TO VISIT THE WORLD WIDE WEB AND SEE

THE ADVENTURES OF ECHO THE BAT

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Bats are -

  • Vertebrates

B. Mammals

C. Reptiles

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Bats are found -

  • Only in the Old World

B. In North America

C. All over the world

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Bats eat -

  • Fruit, nectar and pollen

B. Insects, birds, and fish

C. All of the above

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Bats use ? to get from location to location -

  • Echolocation

B. Antennas

C. Radio waves

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Bats can eat -

  • 100 mosquitoes a night

B. 600 mosquitoes a night

C. 3000 mosquitoes a night

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Bats are mammals.

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Bats are found all over the world.

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Megabats eat fruit, nectar and pollent.

Microbats eat fruit, insects, birds and fish.

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Bats use echolocation to move from location to location.

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Bats can eat 3000 mosquitoes a night.

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CORRECT

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THE END

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Lisa Frase