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Bats make up about one fifth of all mammal species and are the only flying mammals. They play a very important role in our ecosystems.
Insect-eating bats are the only major predators of night-flying insects. Bats that feed on fruit and nectar play an important role in forest regrowth by dispersing seeds and helping to pollinate rainforest plants.
- Grey-headed flying fox diorama
- Cave-dwelling bat diorama
- Tree-hollow-dwelling bat diorama
- Bat skeleton embedment
- Facinating faces - cast
- Information panels
- Australian Bats book
- Background Information and activities
- Teachers guide
- Bat species fact files
- Bat puppets