Bats, bats, bats!

Fujita, M.S.
October 1989
Ranger Rick;Oct89, Vol. 23 Issue 10, p22
Photo essay, with text, describing different kinds of bats. Habits and behavior; Use of echolocation, super `sonar,' to find and catch food; Wings of skin; Fruit-eating bats; Vampire bats.


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