Bats in question: the Smithsonian answer book
Book for the Teen Age, New York Public Library. Seeking to dispel the myths associated with these remarkable creatures and arguing for their key role in a balanced ecosystem, the book covers all aspects of bat biology in a practical question-and-answer format addressed to both children and adults.
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How Are Bats Classified?
How Do Bats Differ from Birds?
How Fast Can Bats Fly?
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