What's happening? That's the question wildlife experts around the country are asking as they try to decipher massive die-offs among three animal species. First it was Colony Collapse Disorder, which devastated bee colonies last year and continues to drive beekeepers out of business. Several months later, a strange sickness known as White Nose Syndrome began attacking bat populations in the Northeast. The reasons for that, too, remain mysterious. Experts and researchers estimate that more ...

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