Federal agency allots $1.6M for bat disease research

10/13/2010 | Miller-McCune.com

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service announced this week that it will allot $1.6 million to support six research projects targeted at white-nose syndrome, a potentially fatal fungal disease that already has decimated more than 1 million bats. The projects aim to investigate how the fungus transfers from one bat to another and improve disease surveillance, among other objectives.

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