W.Va. biologists study how to treat white-nose syndrome

11/17/2010 | West Virginia Public Broadcasting

Biologists with the West Virginia Division of Natural Resources are set to investigate early next year the extent of the damage done by the fatal fungal disease, known as white-nose syndrome, to the state's bat population. The research, which primarily will focus on the Virginia Big Eared and Indiana bats, seeks to find chemicals that will help treat the fungus among wild bats.

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