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PERRY COUNTY – White-nose syndrome has killed more than 1 million bats in states from Vermont to West Virginia with mortality rates in excess of 90 percent in some bat hibernacula. This is a concern in southern Indiana because many species of bats hibernate here, particularly the endangered Indiana bat. The most obvious symptom of white-nose syndrome is the presence of a white fungus around the nose of some affected bats. The fungus can also occur on their wings or tail membranes.
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