Fruit Bats By Shelby

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Fruit Bats By Shelby

  1. 1. FRUIT BATS by Shelby
  2. 2. Mating Like most bats, fruit bats mate in the fall.They usually have one to two babies.
  3. 3. Food Fruit bats eat fruit And nectar. They are good pollinators.
  4. 4. Life cycle The bat life cycle is very simple. First they are born with no fur, then over one week they grow their fur and learn to fly. Newborn bats mature in less then one year.
  5. 5. Fruit bats live in Egypt, the Middle East, and Cypress. As well fruit bats inhabit the tropical and subtropical regions of Africa, through southern and central Asia to Australia, including the Philippines, a number of islands of the Indian and Pacific Oceans, in Pakistan, and across India . Where do fruit bats live? HABITAT Old World fruit bats live in a variety of habitats. Many fruit bats live in humid forests in tropical and subtropical areas. Species of flying foxes live in tropical coastal areas.
  6. 6. Size Length: 12 in. Wingspan: 50 in. Weight: Male, 3 - 4lb. Female, 2lb. size this is a male
  7. 7. The most largest flying mammal on earth, is the flying fox! (also known as the giant fruit bat.) It belongs to the fruit bats! Fun facts
  8. 8. Fun pictures!
  9. 9. FUN FACTS Friut bats are the most tame and gentle bats!
  10. 10. Difference Mega bats Micro bats
  11. 11. Migration Migration only happens in the late fall. Most collonies use various land marks to find there way south.
  12. 12. The end
  13. 13. Credits Director: Mr.M (he is the best) Editors: Clement and Carter Special thanks to Google Images and the Public Library.

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