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May 28, 2012 9:00 PM

Unstoppable white-nose syndrome spreads to endangered gray bats

White-nose syndrome, the disease that’s killed millions of insect-eating bats, keeps getting worse. It’s made a thumb-sized bat rare in parts of New England and has spread through most of the Eastern U.S., as far west as Missouri. Now another species has it, the endangered gray bat of caves in the Southeast.

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