Flint students are learning more about the animal kingdom by seeing them up close and personal.
The Organization for Bat Conservation is visiting Flint schools - showing off a sugar glider, a bearded dragon, a fruit bat and a screech owl.
"The more exposure they can have to these kinds of animals that they don't know much about, the more they can learn about them, the less people are afraid. And they realize they're not so bad and we should do something to protect them," said Christina Funk, of the Organization of Bat Conservation.
The students learned each animal serves a purpose and has an