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Zoology 1/Test 7

The kind of animals that are active at night Nocturnal
The process by which plants reproduce Pollination
Animals that feed on blood Sanguinivorous
Animals that have fur, give birth to their young, and nurse them with their milk Mammals
Small carnivorous bats with sharp teeth. They are usually located in the New World Micro Bats
A thin membrane of skin stretched between each finger and bone, connected to the bat's ankles and tail Patagium
The small claw that sticks out of the top of the bat's wing Bat Thumb
The place in which an animal hibernates Hibernaculum
The spreading of plant seeds to different locations Seed Dispersal
Large fruit and plant eating bats that do not use echolocation and are usually found in Africa and Asia Mega Bats
What we call a baby bat Pup
Species that is a group of animals that is important to the survival of other animals Keystone
Created by: Zoology 1