White Nose Syndrome Threatens Bats
April 27, 2012
Story by Nathan Jones
Spring is here, and if you pay attention you might see some furry fliers around your porch light tonight after a long winter hibernation. But hibernating bats are under threat from a mysterious disease that could lead to their extinction. White Nose Syndrome has already killed up to 85% of hibernating bats in the eastern US and Canada, and Minnesota could be next.
KFAI’s Nathan Jones has a report.
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