White-nose syndrome is linked to bat deaths in N.J.

04/6/2010 | Star-Ledger (Newark, N.J.), The

Scientists found that white-nose syndrome has decimated about 90% of the bat population in New Jersey and has infected all six bat species that hibernate in the state. As a result, researchers are scrambling to figure out ways to help the remaining bats recover to prevent the spread of the disease to other states.

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