bat

By: conor and andrew

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Notes: Physical Description


What does this animal look like? Be sure to name unique characterstics of your animal!


Common Vampire Bat
Common Vampire Bat

a vampire bat has brown fur, black ears, black wings and fangs

Does your animal always look the same, or does its appearance ever change? (From baby to adult? From season to season?)

  • no the vampier bat never changes the way it looks

Does your animal's appearance protect it in any way?

they use there wings to cover from dust and hide in night and they use there teeth to take blood




Notes: Habitat


Where does your animal live?

  • The common vampire bat is mostly found in eastern Mexico.
map of area of habitat
map of area of habitat


What is that place like? (Forest, desert, water, weather?)

  • bats live in a very dark cave

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Is that place always the same? Does it ever change? How?

very dark caves are always very dark caves.


Notes: Food Chain


What does your animal's food chain look like?
  • bats eat sleeping cows and horses.

Does your animal prey on any other animals? If so, name them!

  • they feed on sleeping cows and horses.

Does your animal have any predators? If so, name them!

  • no they don't have any predators.


Notes: Life Cycle


How does your animal's life cycle begin? As a baby? An egg?


What changes does your animal go through to become an adult?

  • the bats grow until they are all the way grown

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I Wonder Questions (and answers)

  • (conor) how do bats sleep and from a tree at the same time? they have really strong legs.
  • (andrew) how fast can bats fly.


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