FOX 7 Discussion: Texas Parks & Wildlife on white-nose syndrome

A disease that threatens entire bat populations has been found in Central Texas.

It's called white-nose syndrome and wildlife experts are trying to figure out whether the infected bat was an isolated incident or if this could be a widespread problem.

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Texas Parks & Wildlife bat specialist Nate Fuller joins Marcel Clarke to discuss white-nose syndrome, a disease threatening entire bat populations that was found in Central Texas.