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The disease that has killed millions of bats in the eastern U.S. has finally reached Georgia. There isn’t much experts can do to stop white-nose syndrome.
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White-nose syndrome infects bats with a fungus and can be fatal. It started in New York and has moved as far south as Alabama. Georgia Department of Natural Resources scientists believe it will hit our state sometime this year. So they want to get a handle on the state’s bat population.