Scientists detect white-nose syndrome in Minn. bats

08/10/2013 | Minnesota Public Radio

Minnesota officials have documented the presence of white-nose syndrome, a deadly fungal disease that has killed some 6 million bats in the U.S. since it was first found in New York six years ago. In Minnesota, it was found in four bats at two separate locations. The Fish and Wildlife Service is racing to identify the time needed for the disease to spread, which is vital information in preventing outbreaks, according to white-nose syndrome coordinator Jeremy Coleman.

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