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Saving bats with food, water and warmth

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As we've reported, thousands of bats in New York and parts of New England are dying of a mysterious illness that causes a pale fungus to grow around their snouts. It's called white nose syndrome. Researchers across the country have been scrambling, but they still don't know what's causing it. Some new information is emerging; wildlife rehabilitators working with New York biologists are saving some bats with just food, water and warmth. Biologist Chris Ray tells Jonathan Brown white nose syndrome kills bats in at least two ways.

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