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BE INFORMED just INFORMATION ABOUT Bat Facts and Folklore by Dr. Thomas H. Kunz, Boston University
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Bat Facts and Folklore
by Dr. Thomas H. Kunz, Boston University
Adapted from: Kunz, T.H. 1984. The American Biology Teacher, 46:394-399.
- Myths, Legends, and Folklore
- Diversity and Distribution
- Food Habits
- Roosting and Social Habits
- Echolocation: Seeing with Ears
- Daily and Nightly Activity
- Health Concerns and Precautions
- Impact of Bats on Property
- Prevention and Control
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