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Do bats have webbed feet?

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Do bats have webbed feet?

Bat Life:

Bats are the only mammal in the world that have evolved the means of flight. They can do so because they have thin layers of skin about very long fingers, allowing them to propel themselves through the air.

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Yes, bats have webbed feet. The webbing varies from bat to bat, although all bats have a webbing that connects the tips of their fingers down to their...

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