Bats are the only mammals capable of flying. Unlike birds, bats have a thin membrane stretch between bones. Which bones make up the skeletal structure of the bat's wing?
Answer Finger bones
The wings of a bat are its arms with the highly flexible finger bones forming the skeleton of the wing with thin membrane like skin stretched between the fingers and connecting back to the body of the bat.
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