(Dayna Smith/The Washington Post)
Local
Researcher looks for northern long-eared bats
Virginia Tech doctoral student Sam Freeze is researching a fungus that causes a fatal illness known as white-nose syndrome, that has killed more than 90 percent of northern long-eared bats in some parts of North America.
Read More
Up next in Animals
promo
0:46
Researcher looks for northern long-eared bats
promo
0:58
Why is wombat poop cube-shaped? Researchers reveal its mystery.
promo
6:59
What sounds did dinosaurs make? And what colors were they?
promo
0:47
Fisherman jumps onto massive whale in epic rescue
promo
1:36
U.S. hunters stir controversy with overseas kills
promo
0:56
Russian town hires cat chief to keep strays happy
promo
1:05
Friendly seal begs for a meal in Scottish port
promo
1:43
Crete shelter rescues abandoned golden retriever puppies
promo
3:19
Florida's toxic red tide: These are the scientists on the front lines of animal rescue
promo
0:58
Expect more dragonflies this year
promo
6:38
Why do millipedes have so many legs?
promo
1:52
San Antonio shark miraculously rescued after being stolen from aquarium