Fatal fungal disease triggers closures of bat caves

06/2/2010 | USA Today

Wildlife agencies in 17 U.S. states have ordered closures of caves in their areas to prevent the progression of a fatal fungal disease that has decimated bat populations in the northeastern part of the country. Called white-nose syndrome, the disease has resulted in the deaths of more than 1 million bats since 2006.

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