Study debunks notion of high rabies rates in bats

02/1/2011 | Calgary Herald (Alberta)

Canadian researchers say the incidence of rabies in bats is right around 1%, versus the 10% figure cited in earlier studies. The researchers based their findings on tests conducted on 217 bat carcasses and review of literature on rabies data involving North American bats over the past 56 years.

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