Have other animals besides bats have fallen ill with “white-nose syndrome”?



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    Currently there is no evidence to support that “white noise syndrome” affects any other animal other than the bat. It is especially deadly to bats because it essentially wakes them up from hibernation. The awakened bats will then try to search for food, which is exceptionally difficult in the winter, and virtually end up starving to death. Just like colony collapse disorder affects only bees, “white noise syndrome” is only specific to bees.

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