Bat Facts Kids – Non Fiction Book Ages (6-8)



Bat Facts For Kids Ages 6-8

In the Clouducated Kids Nonfiction Book, Bat Facts For Kids, you will learn many interesting facts about bats.

  • Bats are the only flying mammals: Unlike flying squirrels that glide from tree to tree, bats actually fly. They have long fingers that are covered with skin. Bats flap their wings up and down and fly like birds.
  • Bats are divided into two groups: megabats and microbats. Megabats are mostly large bats that live in tropical areas. They have large eyes, long noses, foxlike ears, and are more colorful than microbats. Megabats are also called fruit bats or flying foxes. Megabats are some of the biggest bats in the world. Most megabats eat fruit. They like soft, ripe fruit that doesn’t need to be chewed. Some megabats drink nectar from plants just like bees. Megabats wrap their wings around themselves and sleep hanging in trees.
  • Most bats belong to the microbat group: They are usually about the size of a mouse. Microbats tend to have tiny eyes and large ears. They do not have good vision. They rely on their sense of hearing and smell instead. Microbats use echolocation. They make tiny high-pitched noises, which bounce off of objects and return to them as echoes. They can tell the size and shape of objects that they are flying toward by the echo.
  • Bats are harmless: Many people believe that bats are scary creatures of the night. Instead, they are harmless animals that are actually helpful to humans. Bats control the insect population by eating millions of flying insects each night. Bats are very important to the balance of nature on Earth.

In Bat Facts For Kids you will learn:

  • Are Bats Mammals?
  • Do Bats Have Bones?
  • What Kind Of Bats Are There?
  • What is a Microbat?
  • What is a Megabat?
  • Do Bats Live In Caves?
  • Do Bats Sleep In Caves?
  • Do Bats Sleep In Trees?
  • Do Bats Eat At Night?
  • Do Bats Hibernate?
  • Do Bats Give Birth To Live Young?
  • What Do Bats Like To Eat?
  • What Is A Fruit-Eating Bat?
  • How Do Bats See?
  • Do Bats Have Enemies?

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