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An illustration of a happy bat spreading its wings while it sits on a grave marker under the full moon.
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A bat on a branch with its wings folded up as he wears a happy expression under a starry night sky.
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An illustration of an adorable bat with its wings in full display as it is perched on a tree branch with a large moon behind it.
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A cute bat flying through the air carrying a basket of candy, with a lot of bats flying in the background.
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An illustration of a bat stretching its wings while it is hanging from a tree branch upside-down.
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An illustration of a cute bat flying in between trees while the moon shines in the background.
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A happy bat flies in the air with a pumpkin pail full of goodies.
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An illustration of a bat flying through the moonlight with a sad face.
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An illustration of three bats flying away from a tree with a bat balloon in the foreground and the sun in the background.
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An illustration of a super cute bat with big eyes surrounded by fall and Halloween décor with a grumpy moon and another bat in the background.
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An illustration of a bat with a tiny body flying through a farm.
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A bat spreads its wings to show beautiful details and patterns that go oh so well with the starry night sky.
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An illustration of two bats with each carrying a twig under a cute crescent moon, a cute star, and a happy sun.
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An illustration of a mama bat on a branch, watching over two baby bats as they learn to fly.
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An illustration of three fruit bats with one hanging upside down from a branch, one eating a fruit, and one flying away from the tree.
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An illustration showing two cute bats in focus and seven bats out of focus as they fly through a sky occupied by the sun, moon, and a rainbow.
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Two cute bats fly over a tree with the rainbow and sun shining behind them.
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From afar, this illustration looks like a bat-themes cookie, but it is actually five bats surrounding a unique lamp.
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A beautiful mosaic illustration of a cute bat with pretty eyes.
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An illustration of two bats scattering leaves from above a tree while a third bat is sleeping below from a branch.
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An illustration of 3 different-looking bats where two of them happily fly around and one is snuggled upside down from a tree branch.
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A vampire bat with pumpkin hand puppets raises its arms as 5 fluffy monsters grin in the background.
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Fun Facts About Bats For Kids

Did you know that bats are mammals like us? Yes, that’s right. And one key difference between bats and us is that they’re the only flying mammals. Here are more fun facts about bats.

1. Over 1000 species of bats exist in the world. Unbelievable!

2. Like owls, they’re nocturnal animals. Bats spend the whole day sleeping but become active at night. 

3. Bats’ wings are part of their skin. They extend from the body.

4. They feed on insects but can also eat blood, fish, and fruit.

5. Vampire bats are a type of three bat species. They enjoy eating blood.

6. Bats are also called Chiroptera, which means ‘hand wing.’ Their wing structure looks like our hands.

7. Compared to other mammals, there are more bat species. 

8. Flying foxes are bats that eat fruit. You can find them in Asia, Africa, and Australia. These bats are helpful because they help with pollinating fruit trees. 

9. The Malayan Flying Fox is the biggest bat with a six-foot wingspan. It weighs up to 2 lbs or about 900 grams. And the smallest bat is the Bumblebee bat or Kitties hog-nosed bat. 

10. Bats help us with keeping bugs or insects under control. That’s because they eat plenty of insects. They can eat between 2000-6000 insects per night. 

11. They have poor eyesight, but they rarely bump into objects. Like whales and dolphins, bats use echolocation to find their direction. They send out noise and then wait for the echo to come back. If there’s no echo, it means their flying route is clear. They can move forward.

12. Colonies are large groups of bats. They like dark areas, such as rock crevices, caves, people’s homes, and dead trees. 

13. To save their energy, bats hang upside down. Another reason they stay this way is that they can’t stand upright. 

14. Even when bats are eating or drinking, they hang upside down. The force of gravity doesn’t affect them. 

15. Vampire bats get blood from animals, including pigs, chickens, cows, and goats. They can drink a tablespoon of blood at night time. Three Vampire bat species exist in Mexico, Central and South America.

16. Bats can live up to 30 years. 

17. They can also fly up to 100 mph. The Mexican free-tailed bats can reach this speed. Incredible!

18. They where the inspiration for the famous superhero Batman!

Bats Coloring Pages

Welcome to the vast collection of bats coloring pages! These free printable coloring worksheets can help improve the fine motor skills of preschoolers. Each coloring page can spark their imagination and creativity.

Kids would love drawing a Halloween bat coloring page, for example. And they can use colored pencils to shade each printable coloring sheet. Also, they’ll have more fun with spooky bats, haunted house and vampire bat illustrations. 

Apart from these free printable worksheets, children will find other exciting animal coloring pages. Adults can use the coloring sheets to teach their kids the alphabet. And after coloring all the illustrations, kids can save them as a collection of their craft.