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Last Event: Wednesday May 27 1 p.m. - 2 p.m.

Are Bats Really to Blame for the COVID-19 Pandemic?

4:00 - 5:00PM EST

Bats have been identified by some experts, and in the media, as the culprits behind the costliest pandemic in modern history, even though the source and method of transmission of the novel coronavirus remain unclear. Despite a long tradition of being misunderstood and feared, bats have an outstanding record of living safely with humans. Exaggerated warnings of bat disease risks aren’t just misguided. They threaten the health of entire ecosystems and economies. Join Merlin Tuttle, one of the world’s leading bat scientists and conservation experts, to discuss the vital role bats play in ecosystems and how misplaced public health concerns are endangering these important mammals.

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For More Information Contact:

Kimberly Quach
CSPO
kimberly.quach@asu.edu
https://cspo.org/