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Image Description: A Northern long-eared bat with visible symptoms of white-nose syndrome (WNS).  Named for the white fungus that appears on the muzzle and other parts of hibernating bats, WNS has killed more than 6 million bats in eastern North America.  Numerous labs and state & federal biologists are trying to learn the cause. 
Learn more about WNS and efforts to stop it.
Photo from U.S. Fish and Wildlife Services

Image Description: A Northern long-eared bat with visible symptoms of white-nose syndrome (WNS).  Named for the white fungus that appears on the muzzle and other parts of hibernating bats, WNS has killed more than 6 million bats in eastern North America.  Numerous labs and state & federal biologists are trying to learn the cause.

Learn more about WNS and efforts to stop it.

Photo from U.S. Fish and Wildlife Services

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