This was really helpful for my daughter. She is working on a project about bats. She never heard of these bats so she wanted to study about them.
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This is such a great site. I learn something everytime I come here.
like the fact that everyone including young children would understand the text as it isn't written in complicated scientific form
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Very good information. A question was asked, what is the young of a crocodile called. Everybody said Hatchling, but was told not correct. I have researched and thats how I came up with your info....
Your second photo is a Lesser Long-nosed bat. Thanks to Ted Fleming, a bat study friend, "Its very reduced tail membrane is obvious. If it had been a Choero, then the hind legs would not have bee...
This is cool. I like the color and how the fish is just waving in the water it's so smooth and jelly like?
So happy to have found this site..came across is when reading 'being a dog's by Alexandra Holowitz. It speaks of the world of dogs (and other)noses? when coming across info on the Water shrew I g...