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Fungus that's killed millions of bats found for the first time in Saskatchewan

A fungus that is destroying bat populations in eastern North America has made its first appearance on the Canadian Prairies.

Researchers with the Wildlife Conservation Society report that they’ve found the fungus that causes white-nose syndrome in eastern Saskatchewan, despite hopes the western grasslands would prove a barrier.

Photo by U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service

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