Hundreds Bats Are Lying on Ground in a Russian Town Rostov




People of Rostov on Don kind of are very surprised with invasion of dead bats. Some of them are still alive, still are laying on the ground.

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7 thoughts on “Hundreds Bats Are Lying on Ground in a Russian Town Rostov”

  1. Poor things! I wonder what might have happened to them? Poisoning? Some contagious disease?

    But whatever people in People in Rostov on Don are going to do about this, they must never touch wild, free roaming bats, whether they’re dead or alive, as bats are a vector species for rabies, which is still a practically untreatable and often deadly disease. Keep the kids indoors while this is happening outside!

  2. Quote:

    “In unvaccinated humans, rabies is almost always fatal after neurological symptoms have developed. Vaccination after exposure, PEP, is highly successful in preventing the disease if administered promptly, in general within 6 days of infection. Begun with little or no delay, PEP is 100% effective against rabies.”

  3. Dangerous heat is roasting parts of Australia with temperatures spiking so high that hundreds of baby bats were found dead on the ground due to exhaustion and dehydration, experts say.

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