Lingering Questions Surround Newly Di...

Lingering Questions Surround Newly Discovered White Nose Syndrome

There are 1 comment on the High Country Press story from May 26, 2010, titled Lingering Questions Surround Newly Discovered White Nose Syndrome. In it, High Country Press reports that:

All caves in North Carolina have been closed to the public to prevent white nose syndrome, a fungus that is believed to be responsible for the deaths of more than one million bats since its discovery in 2007, from being spread by human transport.

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Brno, Czech Republic

#1 May 26, 2010
"from being spread by human transport." Hmmm, did they cut the wings of bats too? To prevent WNS being spread by flying bats.

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