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24 pages : color illustrations ; 21 cm.
"What comes to mind when you think about bats? Creepy? Spooky? Vampires? Bats get a bad rap. They do not harm people. Many are hardworking pollinators. America is home to 45 species of bat. They are the main pollinators of desert plants like the Saguaro cactus in Arizona. Nectar-eating bats from other countries help plants to produce the fruits we love to eat, such as bananas, peaches, and mangoes. [This book] is a good place to learn about these...
2) We need bats
"Explores the roles of bats in ecosystems, including bats' importance to ecosystems, threats to bat populations, and conservation efforts. Features sidebars, two infographics, and a "That's Amazing!" special feature"--
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