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White-nose syndrome changes bats' hibernation behavior

White-nose syndrome causes hibernating bats to seek the warmest caves, where conditions are ripe for proliferation of the fungus that causes the syndrome, researchers reported in Nature Communications. Bats that roost in cooler caves have a higher survival rate, and the study's findings may lead to new interventions and conservation methods, says lead author Skylar Hopkins.

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