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www.getbatsout.com/bat-guano-dangerous

The Hidden Danger of Bat Guano. Ask nearly anyone, and you’ll hear that bats (although beneficial in insect control) can be dangerous because they carry rabies. But a lesser known danger, and one that is not as easy to avoid, is histoplasmosis. Histoplasmosis is a disease you can get from exposure to bat guano (bat droppings).

wildliferemovalusa.com/bat-feces.html

Diseases Transmitted By Bat Feces The most common and dangerous disease that is transmitted through the feces is histoplasmosis, which is when spores from the feces are inhaled and cause some severe symptoms and can affect breathing, in some cases even proving fatal if it is left untreated.

www.idph.state.il.us/public/hb/hbb&bdrp.htm

Nevertheless, fresh bat droppings (unlike fresh bird dropping) can contain the histoplasmosis fungus. Bat droppings do not need to come into contact with soil to be a source of the disease. Ticks, mites and other parasites. Bird or bat roosts can harbor parasites that may invade buildings.

www.batsintheattic.org/histoplasmosis.html

Bats produce large amounts of guano, or waste, and the fungus is commonly found in bat guano. While many bats are found in caves, bats can also infest a house. If not removed, the guano of the bats can cause corrosion to building materials, a terrible odor, and the risk of infection with Histoplasmosis.

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Histoplasmosis is an infectious disease which can be contracted by inhaling the spores of the histoplasmosis capsulation fungus.. The disease is not actually carried in the bat feces. Instead, it is a result of mold which grows on the bat guano. Bats can create large piles of feces in your attic.

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While bat guano (poop) is a health hazard, it is also favored by gardeners as possibly the best fertilizer on the planet. Bat droppings and mice droppings can look very similar and many people are unsure as to whether they have bats or mice. Check out our quick guide on how to identify, remove, and even make use bat guano.

totalwildlifecontrol.com/critter-facts-control/bats/diseases

Bat Disease, Bug & Guano Risks. According to the C.D.C. (Center for Disease Control) bats are natural reservoirs, or vectors of several zoonotic infections. These include: Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS), Henipavirus, Nipah, and Hendra. Bat droppings, also known as guano, can play a part in transmitting certain diseases such as ...

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Bat guano can contain over 60 human communicable diseases. Histoplasmosis, is the most common bat infectious disease from droppings, as it is caused from inhaling spores contaminated by the histoplasmosis capsulation fungus.

www.batsintheattic.org/diseases.html

For obvious reasons, a main concern is the diseases that can be spread by bats. Luckily, bat diseases are few and they are rare. The two major concerns are the lung disease histoplasmosis which can come from the bat guano, and the rabies virus, which comes from being bitten by an infected bat in its virulent stage.

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It is commonly found in the soil in river valleys. It gets into the soil mostly from bird and bat droppings. You can get sick when you breathe in spores that the fungus produces. Every year, thousands of people with a normal immune system worldwide are infected, but most do not become seriously sick.