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Over the last 10 years, bat populations have decreased due to white-nose syndrome. Fortunately, they may be developing a resistance to the fungal disease.

Blood-sucking bats, mythical or real-life? Penn State animal science students collect bovine blood for Philadelphia Zoo's colony of vampire bats.

Sealing off entrances before the bats return to roost in April will keep them out of your attic without impacting the local bat population.

A newly discovered virus infecting the fungus that causes white-nose syndrome in bats could help scientists and wildlife agencies track the spread of the disease.

White nose syndrome is decimating native bat populations in the eastern United States and Canada.

Though spiders, snakes, and bats have an undeserved image problem with the general public, they all do far more good than harm.

The variation in infection intensity observed within some North American species, such as the little brown bat, may be a hopeful sign.

A bat from a cave in Mammoth Cave National Park has been confirmed with white-nose syndrome, a condition deadly to bats.

Halloween can be a terrifying holiday for small children. Boogie men and scary creatures strike terror in their hearts. I’m hoping we can dial...

Bats are hard at work around the world, fulfilling tasks that are vital to healthy ecosystems and human economies. Many of the more than 1,200 bat species are insectivorous.
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