Students hypothesize and model how the bones in a bat wing are organized. They test the hypotheses by comparing models to museum specimens of bats. Students develop questions about bat body parts based on bat photos. They hypothesize how bats locate their food and model bat echolocation to test hypotheses regarding how bats find food.

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