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Are bee, bat and frog deaths related?
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cow Are bee, bat and frog deaths related?
doomed

In recent years, diseases have ravaged through bat, honeybee and amphibian populations, and now animal experts suspect that shared factors may link the deaths, which are putting many species at risk for extinction.

The latest setback affects bats, given this week's announcement that the deadly fungal disease known as white-nose syndrome has been confirmed in already endangered gray bats. The illness, caused by the fungus Geomyces destructans, has mortality rates reaching up to 100 percent at some sites.

Simultaneously, Colony Collapse Disorder continues to kill honeybees, while yet another fungus, Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis, has wiped out more than 200 frog species across the world.

"It appears that many species are under an immense amount of stress, allowing opportunistic diseases to take hold," Rob Mies, executive director of the Organization for Bat Conservation, told Discovery News. "Life is far more complex, so a single cause is likely not the only explanation for the bat, bee and frog deaths. There could be five, six or more factors involved."


READ MORE: http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/47648229/ns/...e-science/

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RE: Are bee, bat and frog deaths related?
bat
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06-28-2012 07:27 AM

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RE: Are bee, bat and frog deaths related?
Wow quick pin.

It really is.

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RE: Are bee, bat and frog deaths related?
It is late, and today was a long day, but I am willing to bet a beer that officially, Monsanto (and Round-up) has/have "nothing to do with this."

Peace, Love, and Cold Beer.
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RE: Are bee, bat and frog deaths related?
No.
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RE: Are bee, bat and frog deaths related?
E.L.F. electromagnetic energy

Whether h.a.a.r.p., gwen tower or cell phone/wi-fi tower related or if it is just because of the acting up sun and magnetosphere, I'm not sure.
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RE: Are bee, bat and frog deaths related?
LoP Guest  Wrote: (06-28-2012 07:55 AM)
No.

^^^^ this
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Chaos Pimp

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RE: Are bee, bat and frog deaths related?
LoP Guest  Wrote: (06-28-2012 08:53 AM)
LoP Guest  Wrote: (06-28-2012 07:55 AM)
No.

^^^^ this

Well thought out argument.

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RE: Are bee, bat and frog deaths related?
Things we don’t think are cute: frogs, bees, bats. Things that we need to continue enjoying this wonderful world: frogs, bees, bats.

But buried under mortgages, job loss, the high cost of gas, parent/teacher meetings, dinner and getting to bed before midnight, people just don’t have the time or energy to worry about why North American bat populations are being decimated by a mysterious fungus, let alone actually do something about it.

White Nose Syndrome (WNS) is caused by a fungus that was first discovered in 2006 in American hibernating bats. Since its discovery, it has wiped out close to 7 million of the flying mammals, including endangered gray bats.

“It’s probably the fastest decline of wild mammals in recorded history,” post-doctoral researcher at the University of Tennessee who has been on the forefront of WNS research, Justin Boyles told Earth Island Journal. “Everything’s gone in some of the northeastern caves.”


READ MORE: http://www.greenerideal.com/science/0606...ees-frogs/

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gmorning RE: Are bee, bat and frog deaths related?
Chaos Pimp  Wrote: (06-28-2012 10:45 AM)
LoP Guest  Wrote: (06-28-2012 08:53 AM)
LoP Guest  Wrote: (06-28-2012 07:55 AM)
No.

^^^^ this

Well thought out argument.

Jptdknpa

proper response to a poorly formed question.

the article even says what? six or more factors and we don't really know?

so things are dying, could they all be related? yes, they're all things, and they're all dying. one message overrides, tho. it's all your fault. it's all your fault and you need to think more environmentally, because things are dying and it's possible they could all be related in some tangential way.
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RE: Are bee, bat and frog deaths related?
I saw a frog hit a bee with a bat. So, I must say yes.
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RE: Are bee, bat and frog deaths related?
LoP Guest  Wrote: (06-28-2012 11:44 AM)
Chaos Pimp  Wrote: (06-28-2012 10:45 AM)
LoP Guest  Wrote: (06-28-2012 08:53 AM)
^^^^ this

Well thought out argument.

Jptdknpa

proper response to a poorly formed question.

the article even says what? six or more factors and we don't really know?

so things are dying, could they all be related? yes, they're all things, and they're all dying. one message overrides, tho. it's all your fault. it's all your fault and you need to think more environmentally, because things are dying and it's possible they could all be related in some tangential way.

Hmmm...I got "it's all you corporate swine's fault"...so if you feel guilty, or feel that you are being attacked by this OPs sentiments, well then, chances are that you are a money loving, people hating capitalistic piece of shit.
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RE: Are bee, bat and frog deaths related?
bee - GMO corn, not allowed eating of thier own honey

bat - cave fungus

frog - shampoo chemicals

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RE: Are bee, bat and frog deaths related?
they are trying to kill mosquito's predators in order to spread an outbreak via mosquitos
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