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The Truth About Bats
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|Flickr||Bats are not birds. They are the only mammals that can fly.|
|Flickr||Bats hang upside down when they are sleeping or cleaning themselves.|
|Flickr||Some bats eat fruit. Other bats eat insects.|
|Flickr||But this vampire bat drinks blood from animals. He lives in Latin America.|
|Flickr||When it gets cold, some bats fly to warmer places. That is called migration.|
|Flickr||Other bats sleep in caves all winter. That is called hibernation.|
|Flickr||Colonies of bats roost in trees, caves and under bridges.|
|Flickr||Bats can be very small or large. The largest bat is the flying fox.|
|Flickr||Baby bats are called pups. A bunch of pups together is called a nursery.|
|Flickr||Bats are harmless to people. They are gentle. Bats do not want to hurt people.|
|Flickr||People should help bats because they help kill pesky bugs.|