How Do Bats Care for Their Young?

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Bats care for their young by feeding them milk until they are old enough to find food for themselves. They also keep them protected in a roost. Bats are very protective of their babies.
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Bats are completely dependent on their mothers when born. They cannot fly and must roost while their mothers forage for food. Mother bats feed their offspring milk for 2 to 4 weeks, after which the offspring are weaned and learn to fly.
Bats care for their young a lot like humans do. During 2 to 6 weeks, female bats make sure the babies are warm, clean and are fed milk daily.
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