In the late fall, bats hibernate in clusters with many bats pressed together and holding on to one another. Which of the following supposed advantages of huddling behavior is, in reality, not true?
- Any heat generated by any bat is shared by other bats.
- Less surface area is exposed to the environment.
- Huddling behavior decreases the amount of food needed for bats to stay warm.
- In this configuration, less heat is needed for each bat and, therefore, each bat requires less food.
- Huddling behavior helps bats stay warm while they feed.