After a review of the body parts of the deer completed (torso, neck and head) the Bitty Brown Bats decided that it was time to work on legs for the deer. Protected by goggles and gloves, while working with the chicken wire, the Bats unrolled another section of the wire.
Two of the Bats suspended the deer above the floor while other Bats measured the distance from the floor to the suspended deer. They agreed that the legs should hold the deer 36 inches above the ground.
As in the case of the double wire neck support for the head, the Bats decided to triple roll the wire since the legs would act as anchors for the body.