Nectar bats make several hundred flower visits nightly to fuel their roaring metabolism. In the tropical forests of Central and South America, plants have found unique ways to attract bats. The flowers of these plants shape the echoes of bats’ calls, providing sound cues that streamline foraging—a strategy that pays off in improved pollination for the plant.
Staff help: Emma, Steph, Jayne
This blog provides learning intentions and the learning outcomes of the ICT Leaders at Katikati Primary School for 2015