A packet of organic salad are now in recall when a decomposed bag is found inside on of the salad bags in a Walmart in Florida.
It is not just the white-nosed syndrome, but natural and man-made causes that are leading to the death of bats.
Bats also use patterns of polarized light in the sky to navigate, according to a new study.
Scientists working to understand the lethal bat disease called white-nose syndrome (WNS) now have a new non-lethal tool to identify bats with WNS lesions - UV light.
White-nose syndrome is on the move and has spread to 25 states and five Canadian provinces, according to new reports.
More than 600,000 bats died in the U.S. last year because of wind turbines, a new study suggests.
Researchers of Queen Mary University of London have found that there are certain genetic similarities between the dolphins and bats. The process of Convergent Evolution in which animals of different species evolve similar traits, occurs at physical as well as genetic level too between bats and dolphins.
Until now, the endangered species managed to evade the disease.
Researchers are not sure about why it occurs, suggesting that it may be to make sex last longer or as a mechanism to ensure that other competitors’ sperm do not inseminate the female bat first.
Scientists in Pensylvania have confirmed that the second-largest bat colony in the state has been decimated by white-nose syndrome.