Bat populations on the brink in Nova Scotia
Concern over 'white nose syndrome', a fungus that grows on nose and wings of infected animals
A deadly fungus that grows on the nose and wings of bats is putting populations in some areas at risk. Bleak numbers in Nova Scotia have scientists worried, as bats help control insect numbers, which in turn can have an impact on industries like agriculture and forestry.
CBC's Stephen Puddicombe reports on the dangers of "white nose syndrome."