Bats and Bat Words:
Adaptation: traits developed over time that help organisms meet their basic needs and survive.
Echolocation: the ability to create a mental map of surroundings based on echoes
Insectivore: insect-eating mammal
Migration: seasonal movement of animals, fish and birds in search of food or shelter, sometimes covering great distances
Nectar: sugary fluid produced by a plant to attract pollinators
Nocturnal: active at night
Noseleaf: The fleshy flap on the front of the nose of some bats.
Pollinator: an animal or insect that carries pollen from one flower to another.
Species: a population of animals that are more or less alike and that are able to breed and produce fertile offspring under natural conditions; mammal
any of a widely distributed order (Chiroptera) of nocturnal usually frugivorous or insectivorous flying mammals that have wings formed from four elongated digits of the forelimb covered by a cutaneous membrane and that have adequate visual capabilities but often rely on echolocation