Fungal disease could wipe out some New England species within 15 years:

04/4/2011 | Reuters

White-nose syndrome is spreading at an alarming rate in North America and threatens to decimate some bat species in New England in the next 15 years, wildlife experts say. A loss of bats in North America could cost the agriculture industry more than $3.7 billion annually, per a study in the journal Science.

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