Bats are a popular decoration at this time of year, but the real animals are getting harder and harder to find. A mysterious fungus is infecting them across the country – and so far more than 1 million bats have died from it. It's called white nose syndrome and scientists are at a loss for how to stop it.
DeeAnn Reeder, expert on bats; professor of biology at Bucknell University in Pennsylvania.
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