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The artificial bat cave deep in the Tennessee woods could be a step toward reviving the bat population threatened by white-nose syndrome. Cory Holliday, program director for the Tennessee chapter of the Nature Conservancy, says the fake cave, about the size of a single-wide trailer, could hold perhaps 250,000 bats. (Clarksville, Tenn., Leaf-Chronicle via Associated Press)

The artificial bat cave deep in the Tennessee woods could be a step toward reviving the bat population threatened by white-nose syndrome. Cory Holliday, program director for the Tennessee chapter of the Nature Conservancy, says the fake cave, about the size of a single-wide trailer, could hold perhaps 250,000 bats. (Clarksville, Tenn., Leaf-Chronicle via Associated Press)

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