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Nocturnal Animals.

Saturday 10th May | 9 comments
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Next week we are going to become experts on ‘Nocturnal Animals!’ Look out for our ‘Mastermind’ quizzes which we will post at the end of the week! Here are some links to help you find lots of facts, as well as links to a couple of songs we have been learning ( The last picture link is to the Night animal song).

Can you add the facts you learn as comments on this post?

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9 responses to “Nocturnal Animals.”

  1. Emerson-Irving says:

    I like nocturnal animals as well . Did you know that racons are nocturnal too.

  2. Brianna says:

    Boy hedghogs don’t look after their young.

  3. Elanor says:

    Dogs and cats are the main predators that eat and kill hedgehogs. The babies are the main one that get killed because they don’t have many prickles on their back but the adults do. Baby hedgehogs are born with their eyes closed.

  4. Ashleigh says:

    Bats are the only flying mammal. Did you know that Bats use echolocateion to find thier prey. If someone find’s out your trying to get rid of them you get sent to jail

  5. Ruqayyah says:

    Most bats feed on insects, while others eat fruit and fish. Many nocturnal animals have poor eyesight. They rely on other senses like touch, feel and smell.

  6. Eva says:

    Did you know a bat’s wings are made out of the same skin as a duck’s feet?

    Actually, bats normally roost (live) in caves, trees and your loft.

    Amazingly, some bats fly while eating. They don’t take their food back to a nest or something like that.

    Bats also have big ears and they make a squeaking noise and when that hits a bug and bounces back to them, they know there is prey ahead.

  7. Colm says:

    Some bats eat in flight and this can cause problems if a bat uses squeaks for echolocation.

  8. Evie G says:

    Thank-you for putting this on the blog. Its my favourite song!

  9. Priya Gill says:

    Bat’s have very poor eyesight so they have long ears which are 9 inches in length.

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