White-nose syndrome surfaces in 2 more Southern states

03/12/2013 | USA Today

Officials in Georgia and South Carolina confirmed the states' first cases of the deadly white-nose syndrome in bat caves. The fungal infection first identified in upstate New York in 2006 has now been found in 22 states and killed an estimated 5.4 million bats, according to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. There is no treatment for the disease, which is expected to continue moving across the nation.

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