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Bats are small animals that are generally about the size of a small child. Since they are nocturnal, they spend the vast majority of their time sleeping while they wait for the evening to begin.
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Bats eat insects and small birds and can eat up to 150 pounds of insects per year! This makes them the only animal in the world that can digest something other than plant-based nutrition.
They can easily fly up to 60 miles per hour and have the fastest reflexes of any mammal, which helps them catch and eat insect prey like moths, beetles, mosquitoes, and grasshoppers. Bats can also fly backwards as well as forward. Bats are the only mammal known to have a parachute-like structure that helps them glide.
A bat is technically an “air-breather,” because they do not require air to breathe. They are able to take a single breath in and out of the air and have a large heart that allows them to pump blood through their windpipe at a high speed. Even though bats may have to hold their breath while they are hunting, they are not affected by the lack of oxygen in their bodies.
There are a total of 10 kinds of bats in the world. Bats from Europe and Asia are most commonly referred to as flying squirrels. These nocturnal mammals are mostly vegetarian, with some species even having a taste for cheese.
American bats are medium-sized flying mammals with claws and sharp talons on their hands. These flying squirrels have long tails that help them glide and they have large ears that they use to catch prey.
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