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All about the creepy but fascinating lives of bats
National Geographic Video: Bats Swarm to Survive
What do millions of bats flying and swarming together look like? Check out the largest cluster of mammals on the planet.
National Geographic Video: How a Bat Tongue Mops Up Food
This video shows a close-up view of a bat lapping up nectar with its long tongue. A scientist provides an explanation of what is happening and how this discovery may be an important advance in medical technology.
National Geographic Video: World's Weirdest: Flying Fox
Watch this short video about flying fox bats and how they swoop and turn with their three-foot wingspan.
National Geographic Video: World's Weirdest: Vampire Bats
Vampire bats are fascinating creatures. Watch how they feed off livestock in this detailed video (just a small warning for the squeamish).
TED: What is echolocation?
Are bats really blind? This video explains echolocation and how bats "see" the world around them as they look for prey in the dark.
Wild Detectives Video: Bats By Night
This three minute video shows how bats move around and live, doing it in slow motion to help students see their actions more clearly.
Jun 2, 2020 12:07 PM
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