Bat exhibit at Cranbrook Institute of Science

Posted at 5:04 PM, Mar 15, 2016
and last updated 2016-03-15 17:04:22-04

Cranbrook Institute of Science is getting in on the act of bats less than two weeks before Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice gets released.

The museum has a special exhibit running through June 19 called Bats: Superheroes of the Night. You can see the animals up close and personal and learn about them. 

“Bats are true superheroes. Bats eat bugs, pollinate plants and spread seeds and they’re actually kind of cute. Maybe not everybody thinks they’re cute but they have a cute face,” says Rob Mies, executive director of the Organization for Bat Conservation. 

You can also bid on a bat house which will help save bats in Michigan and worldwide. The bat houses are made out of the walls from the set of the Batman v Superman movie. Bid or buy starting March 21: