Weekly Puzzler #36

bucks-While I’m on the topic of how animals survive winter (Weekly Puzzler #35) let’s talk about another animal and how it makes it through the winter: The insect-eating bat.

As you may or may not know, many species of bats that live in the United States spend their winters hibernating, sometimes with large numbers of other bats.

Here is this week’s puzzler: Why are so many bats dying before the winter ends?

What is causing entire bat colonies to die during hibernation? And then, why should we care?

To learn the answer to this week’s puzzler, click HERE.

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