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Bats
by Aniket Kumar
  • The earliest dinosaurs resembled two-legged, short-headed crocodiles, but later dinosaurs were oddly reminiscent of giant mammals and birds.

  • It's easy to tell a dinosaur skeleton from that of a modern reptile because dinosaur skeletons have a strong joint between the backbones and hips.

  • Small, two-legged dinosaurs could turn rapidly by swinging their tail abruptly in a direction opposite to where they wished to turn.

  • Some dinosaurs had feathers.

Funda of Fundas

Not all bats are nocturnal – some are active during dawn and dusk. To get around in the dark and find their prey, many bats rely on a sophisticated form of sonar known as echolocation. Many bats, especially the crepuscular ones, have exceptionally good eyesight designed for low levels of light.

by Aniket Kumar (11 years) 

Images under license with Gettyimages.com

17-Dec-2006
 
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