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5 G Big Brown Bat
5 G Big Brown Bat
5 G Big Brown Bat
5 G Big Brown Bat
5 G Big Brown Bat
5 G Big Brown Bat
5 G Big Brown Bat
5 G Big Brown Bat
5 G Big Brown Bat
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5 G Big Brown Bat

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  • 1. The BIG Brown Bats Rebecca
  • 2. About the Author » I am ten years old. I have short, brown hair. My favorite color is Red. My favorite Animal is a dog. I like to read and write stories. I like guinea pigs when they are babies because they are very cute. I am writing about this animal because I
  • 3. Who am I? » The Big Brown bat is relatively large in size, from about 4-5 inches in length and weighing 1 and a half to 5 and an eighth ounce. The fur is long, and shiny brown. The wing membranes, ears, feet, and face are dark brown to blackish in color.
  • 4. The Early years » The young bats are averaged two a litter, are born in late May or early June. When the young are between three and for weeks of age, they begin to leave the roost for their first flights.
  • 5. Habitat sweet Habitat » Some of the bats habitats are hollow trees, beneath tree bark or in the crevices of rocs, attics, barns, old buildings, under eaves and behind window shutters.
  • 6. What’s on the menu? » Big brown bats eat enormous amounts of destructive insects including mosquitoes. They eat many kinds of night flying animals, such as beetles and wasps.
  • 7. » Making tracks » Their feet are claw like. It also flies. It’s feet are brown.
  • 8. Simply Irresistible! » Bats are our only true flying mammals. They are also on of the most numerous, second only to rodents.
  • 9. Where in the world? » Big brown bats are one of the most widely distributed of America’s bats,ranging from Canada to northern South America and the Caribbean Islands.
  • 10. Resource List » http://www.apple.com/macosx/ picture slide 1 » .ct.gov/dep/cwp/view.asp?a=2723&q=325964&depNav_

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