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Bat Count: A Citizen Science Story  

 

 

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1. If Jojo and her family saw 39 bats the first year but only 10 the second year, how many more did they see the first year?
    19
    29
    49
 
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2. If Jojo and her family saw 10 bats the second year but only 1 the third year, how many more did they see the second year?
    9
    11
    21
 
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3. If each of the 10 bats at the beginning of the second year had one pup, how many bats would there be at the end of the summer?
    10
    20
    not enough information
 
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4. If bats have five digits on each wing, how many digits do they have all together?
    5
    10
    not enough information
 
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5. Bats make up about 20% of all the mammals in the world. That means that for every 100 mammals, X are bats?
    20
    80
    not enough information
 
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6. If 90-100% of hibernating bats with white-nose syndrome die, how many bats is that?
    0 to 10 out of 100
    90 to 100 out of 100
    not enough information
 
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7. If white-nose syndrome was first seen in New York in 2006, how many years ago was that?
    6 years
    depends on what year it is now
    not enough information
 
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8. If Jojo and her family saw one bat at the beginning of the summer and three at the end, how many pups did the mom bat have?
    1
    2
    3
 
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9. Jojo and her family participated in 3 years of bat counts. Which year had the most bats?
    1st
    2nd
    3rd
 
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10. What do scientists hope will happen each year?
    The numbers of bats will go up or stay the same.
    The numbers of bats will do down.
    not enough information
 
   
 



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