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S. bat wintering areas call hibernacula have seen white-nose syndrome losses ranging from 90 to 100 percent usually peaking several years after the disease is first seen Essig is hoping that the disease may already have peaked in the Soudan mine "but we don’t have any way to know that""It’s bad obviously But maybe it’s not quite as bad as expected" Essig said "I’m hoping we can settle in at 70 percent and maybe the rest survive But that’s just me trying to be positive"Researchers go to the mine each winter to count bats and monitor their health This year they repeated a more extensive count last conducted in 2013 before white-nose syndrome began killing bats with the total number of bats counted down 70 percentAt the Soudan mine both little brown bats and northern long-eared bats are dying from the fungus that’s already killed millions of bats in eastern statesUntil now as many as 15000 bats spent their winters in the labyrinth of underground shafts and tunnels in the mine by far the largest colony in MinnesotaWhite-nose syndrome was first observed in North America in 2007 in a cave in upstate New York The fungal disease spread fast and has now has been found in 29 states and five Canadian provincesIt’s possible some species could become "functionally extinct" within a few years according to the US Fish and Wildlife Service which has called the disease the worst wildlife health crisis in the nation’s historyThe northern long-eared bat last year was formally placed on the endangered species list as threatened offering federal protection for one of the species most affected by the disease Minnesota has seven species of bats four of which hibernate during the winter and are at greatest risk of contracting the disease It’s not clear how the disease has spread so quickly but it’s believed that it is transmitted both between bats and from one cave to another in the footwear or clothing of people who visit cavesWhite-nose syndrome is named for the fuzzy white growth of fungus observed on the faces of infected bats Infected bats show unusual behavior such as flying during the day in summer or leaving caves during their usual winter hibernation when no bugs are present for them to eat A wildlife veterinarian at the University of Wisconsin confirmed the disease kills bats by causing their bodies to overheat burning energy too quickly and at a time — in winter — when no insects are present to replace the lost calories and when it’s far too cold for the mammals to survive outside"They freeze to death pretty fast here when they come out in winter" Essig saidBats can live more than 30 years in the wild but have a very low reproductive rate which means it is very difficult for populations to rebuild after the disease hits Even if some bats survive at Soudan it would take decades to rebuild their numbers Essig notedExperts say they are considering options to try to keep the disease out of specific caves but once it enters it is impossible to eradicateThe loss of bats the only flying mammal is considered troubling because bats play an important role in many ecosystems A single bat can eat more than 1000 mosquitoes in a single night Bats are considered important agriculturally because of the huge number of insects they can keep away from crops and in forested areas for reducing the number of tree-damaging bugsWhite-nose syndrome is not known to pose a threat to humans pets livestock or other wildlifeResearch continues to bring better understanding of white-nose syndrome and scientists are beginning to see promising results that eventually could help treat affected bats But so far nothing has been found to stop or even slow the bat disease that is spreading across North AmericaIn one Vermont cave where a quarter-million bats died a few years ago from white-nose syndrome a few bats have returned Scientists are trying to find out why they survived when others did not They also are looking at why the disease doesn’t kill bats in its native Europe and they are looking at both natural bacteria and fungicides that may help repel the fungusPhillip Krulish 22 hasn’t been seen since Dec16 His mother Andrea Peltier says there haven’t been any answers as to why he disappeared but she’s doing everything she can to bring him homeFor Peltier it’s a mother’s worst nightmare: A knock on the door by police"They came and told me Friday my son’s been missing since Tuesday night between four and five in the evening" she saidPhillip Krulish was last seen in Fort Totten ND, “Your Excellency, President Buhari said the Isoko kingdom had very qualified citizens that have distinguished themselves in various professional and entrepreneurial skills in the country," Police later removed the suspect device using bomb disposal experts and a flotilla of police boats. In 2012, Please DO NOT share these online.- Ministry of Defence (@DefenceHQ) March 20, saying,The launch drew swift condemnation from Japan,mn.
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1997, testified during a hearing held by the U. they want to skate there,"Inspector Anthony Bridgland. "The incident occurred at around 5.Grygla is on the eastern edge of Marshall County, but it didn’t stop him.000 gift earlier this year from Joe Neel Jr. who died of a heart attack at 72 this summer The money came from a life insurance policy and accompanies massive gifts laid out in his will—including hundreds of thousands of dollars for relatives universities and multiple other Grand Forks institutionsThe Library Board’s next meeting is on Dec 20 and it’s expected to take up the discussion then But Berry cautioned that it’s unlikely members would decide how to spend their money immediately especially given that three new members will be joining the board—all of whom still have to get up to speedTwo of those members—Katie Darling and Ted Sandberg—agreed that it’s too early to name expenditures for the money"When I put in for the board there wasn’t any such donation" said Sandberg who was appointed with his new colleagues by the City Council on Dec 5 "I don’t know anything about it except that it’s there and it’s obviously a wonderful wonderful thing for the library"State Rep Corey Mock D-Grand Forks is an outgoing member of the Library Board and next week’s meeting will be his first off the board in six years He said there’s a wide range of expenditures to consider from new programming to a new branch or a new main library"The possibilities are endless" Mock said "I’d say let’s use it strategically I think that’s what Joe Neel would have wanted us to do—use it so it can serve generations down the road"The Library Board is likely to be joined in a tough decision-making process by other institutions The Grand Forks Parks and Recreation Foundation is listed as the recipient of $500000 in Neel’s will Bill Palmiscno Park District executive director and a member of the foundation’s board said the group "will wait until we receive official notice" of the gift to begin deciding how to use it The Grand Forks Community Foundation is also listed as receiving residual money in the will which is to fund children’s music education and an endowment in UND’s biology department will receive $100000 Neel’s relatives will receive $200000 Sid Cundiff a retired schoolteacher in North Carolina and a first cousin of Neel said he didn’t realize his relative had died so wealthy Asked if the money would change his life at all he demurred"It does but I’d rather not comment on that thank you" Cundiff said"’TOXIC CULTURE’The victim’s family also blamed the nearly 160-year-old school for failing to prevent the incident. along with unmanned drone company SkySkopes.
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