Parts of a Bat

October 2006
Weekly Reader - Edition 2;10/27/2006, Vol. 76 Issue 8, p4
This section provides information on the body parts of a bat. Bats fly with their wings. Their eyes see more clearly in the dark. They use their ears to locate their pups. They use their nose to find food. They use their feet and claws to hang upside down. This section also presents a short quiz about the bat's parts.


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