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 Bats are the only bird that is a mammal. A gray bat is about four inches in length. Bats live in caves ,basements, att...
My animal is endangered because their habitatsare being disturbed by animals and humans . thiscauses them to lose a lot of...
 My animal is a vertebrate. It is also a mammal. It is in the bird family.
 My animal lives in trees ,basements ,attics ,caves ,anddark spaces. The country my animal lives in is the USA.
The bat uses echo to to find itsprey.
 Some gray bats eat lizards. Lizards eat beetles. Beetles eat grass hoppers. Grass hoppers eat grass.
 Bats have long fingers inside because therefingers are part of there wings
My animal is related to the Indiana bat it is alsoendangered
Fennelly bat
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  1. 1. By CG
  2. 2.  Bats are the only bird that is a mammal. A gray bat is about four inches in length. Bats live in caves ,basements, attics ,and darkspaces. Gray bats are vertebrates. Bats hibernate.
  3. 3. My animal is endangered because their habitatsare being disturbed by animals and humans . thiscauses them to lose a lot of energy when they arehibernating .
  4. 4.  My animal is a vertebrate. It is also a mammal. It is in the bird family.
  5. 5.  My animal lives in trees ,basements ,attics ,caves ,anddark spaces. The country my animal lives in is the USA.
  6. 6. The bat uses echo to to find itsprey.
  7. 7.  Some gray bats eat lizards. Lizards eat beetles. Beetles eat grass hoppers. Grass hoppers eat grass.
  8. 8.  Bats have long fingers inside because therefingers are part of there wings
  9. 9. My animal is related to the Indiana bat it is alsoendangered

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