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Opal's Pet Bats - Aristotle, Pliny and Plato
A bat like one of Opal's pets

Picture of a bat

Opal gives these three pet bats the names of ancient Greek and Roman scientists and teachers, Aristotle, Plato and Pliny.

Opal writes that bats look like little mice with wings. She raises mosquitos in a barrel of rain water for them to eat.

Paragraph 19: On the way to get milk     

Scene 122: The funeral of Aristotle     

Photo courtesy of e-nature.com 

 

 


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