Bats do not spread COVID-19

As an advocate for the health of humans and wildlife, the Himalayan Mutt Project is helping to clarify misplaced fears that bats cause COVID-19. Nepal is home to some 52 species of bats, which can be found anywhere between the Himalayas, the desert and its tropical rainforests. A new species to science, the Csorba’s mouse-eared myotis is an insectivorous vesper bat that was discovered in a single cave in far western Nepal in 2000. Little is known about the bats of Nepal, but what we do know from the stories by Himalayan people is that bats have been living alongside humans peacefully and quietly for at least hundreds of years. The Himalayan Mutt Project is unfortunately familiar with the wro

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