- A specialist in zoology concerned with worms (helminths) especially : earthworms. Came into usage today because most people think studying worms is quite uninteresting and therefore are not able to remember the original name for someone who studies worms (Helminthologist : A specialist in zoology concerned with helminths( worms); especially : the study of parasitic worms.
Helminthologist : A specialist in zoology concerned with helminths( worms); especially : the study of parasitic worms
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Vampire bats live in caves, mines, old wells, hollow trees, and abandoned buildings in Mexico, regions of South America including Chile and Argentina, parts of the Caribbean, and islands off the northern coast of Venezuela.
Have light bone structures
Have modified hand structures that serve as wing bones
A keeled sternum serves as a point of attachment for flight muscles.
Have streamlined bodies.
Bats rely heavily on sound to locate food. I don't think birds hear very well, they don't even have ears!
Bats are mamals, birds are birds.
Bats have teeth, most birds don't.
Bats have fur, birds have feathers.
That's about all I know!
570 Years. If they are dark brown they live for 100 years.
Bats can crawl.
Bats like to sleep in the day, and come out at night.
Bats eat fruit of all different kinds.
Bats usually live in hot areas or caves.