Apr 15, 2008 — Scientists say a deadly disease that has ravaged bat populations in northern New York and Vermont is spreading faster than expected. Federal researchers have confirmed fresh outbreaks of "white nose syndrome" in Connecticut and eastern Vermont on the far side of the Green Mountains. They now suspect that the ailment may have reached caves in Pennsylvania. Researchers fear that some species of bats could be wiped out. As Brian Mann reports, pro-environment groups say the government should be doing more to protect the animals. NOTE: Jonathan Brown contributed to this report.