Can niche lives of bats help them avoid the white-nose syndrome?

Myotis lucifugus, commonly referred to as the little brown bat, is one of the most widespread species of bats in North America, but its behavior in Alaska remains largely a mystery. Michael Code/Hakai MagazineActive in daylight during the Arctic summer and hibernating during the long winter nights…
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