What Are the Similarities of a Bird and a Bat?

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Both bats and birds are winged animals but bats' wings are webbed structured while the birds' wings are feathered structured. Birds are egg-laying species while bats are mammals and don't lay eggs. Bats have teeth to help them eat while birds have beaks to pick and eat their food. Bats are nocturnal as they look for food and do their work during the night while birds do the same activity during the day.
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