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Bats As Pollinators: What Plants Do Bats Pollinate

Bats are important pollinators for many plants. However, unlike fuzzy little bees, colorful butterflies, and other daytime pollinators, bats show up at night and they don’t get a lot of credit for their hard work. However, these highly effective animals can fly like the wind, and they can carry a tremendous amount of pollen on their face and fur.

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