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Rabies in bats in Chile

Avances en Ciencias Veterinarias 1(2): 73-76
Rabies in bats in Chile
In 1985, of 85 insectivorous bats collected unable to fly, 12 (all Tadarida brasiliensis) were positive for rabies, as was one of 619 T. brasiliensis captured en masse.

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