Bat Deaths Could Cripple Environment; Australian Wildlife Threatened by Habitat Loss
The bat factor: Mammals deaths could cripple environment. There is reason to worry about the fate of bats in North America. Since 2012 upwards of 6-million have died from White Nose Syndrome.
Threatened Australian wildlife at grave risk from habitat loss, study finds. Successive Australian governments have failed to protect the habitat of the country’s most endangered creatures, with 90 percent of the 120 most endangered animals having no safeguards to prevent the loss of their homes, a new study has found.