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Does a Bat Have a Backbone?
Bats do have backbones and they are also in the Phylum Chordata. They are also mammals belonging in the Class 'Mammalia.' Bats are most closely related to primates, regardless of them appearing to look like rodents.
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does a bat have a backbone
Bats have backbones and thus are vertebrates, as are all mammals.
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