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Jammer Art – Bats!


It’s time to get batty with today’s JAMMER ART! Today we’re featuring BATS that were submitted by Jammers from all over the world!

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Congrats to the following Jammers for having their art featured!


Snowflake Prettygem
Enchanted Frozenspirit
Fuzzy Happymaster
Little Shybeast
Mythical Spiritmoon


Would you like your art featured on the DAILY EXPLORER? You can even win an awesome plaque for your den! Our next topics are INSTRUMENTS and FEAST OF THANKS!


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If you’d like to submit your art, just CLICK HERE to learn how!! If your art wasn’t featured here, some “honorable mentions” will be featured in JAMMER CENTRAL!!! Good luck!!!

Wild Explorers- All About Bats!!!


WILD EXPLORERS is back with an episode that’s absolutely BAT-acular!

There’s so much to learn about these cool mammals! Learn more cool bat facts by watching this fun new video!

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Go batty this October and tell your buddies about the latest episode of WILD EXPLORERS!


Ask Brady – Are All Bats Blind?


Dr. Brady is here to teach us about BATS! Isn’t Brady the best? He sure has done his homework on all types of incredible animals!!!

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If you want to learn more with DR. BRADY, head to BRADY’S THEATER located in the TEMPLE OF ZIOS!


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What’s your favorite bat fact? Did you know that bats use echolocation to find insects to munch on? That’s wild right?




AJHQ+A: Bats!

Daredevil Rowdymaster asks Dr. Brady Barr, “Are bats the only mammals that can fly?”


Bats are divided in two main categories, MEGABATS and MICROBATS. The main difference between the bats is the megabats don’t use ECHOLOCATION, this means they don’t use sound waves to help them find their dinner. Microbats do use echolocation.


Microbats are also very small – the smallest bat only weighs between 3.5 and 5 grams. That’s only about 5 paperclips! And the smallest microbat is only about 1.5 inches (4 cm) long, that’s about half the length of your dad’s thumb! Their diet is mostly insects that they catch during the evening.


Megabats are much larger, they weigh about 3.5 pounds (1.6 kg) and can be about 5 feet (1.5 m) in length. That might be taller than you! They eat fruit, pollen, and nectar in the dawn hours.


Can you think of any other animals that use echolocation?

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