Before "Batman V. Superman: Dawn of Justice" hits the theaters, our heroes and a couple of their friends just have to do one more mission — to save the “bat-kind.” Warner Bros., along with "Batman V. Superman" helmer, Zack Snyder and cast members, Amy Adams and Ben Affleck. For more details on this story, read on.
According to Comicbook.com, the five-minute clip that discusses the harmful effects of the White-Nose syndrome, as well as appealing to fans to help save the bat species.The White-Nose syndrome is an emerging disease associated with the deaths of at least 5.7 million to 6.7 million insect-eating bats inhabiting nearly half of the United States and parts of Canada. The disease is caused by a fungus that forms and apparently grows around the muzzles and on the wings of hibernating bats. The disease threatens a decline, or more importantly, a possible extinction of at least one of the bat species.
At least eleven bat species, three of which are now endangered. The loss of this species would be detrimental to our ecosystem. Bats are beneficial, thus have an important role in our ecology.
The team of "Batman V. Superman" takes it in their hands to spread and raise awareness on the dilemma the bat species are facing. Snyder reveals that with the help of a couple of children, they have made “bat houses” from recycled wood, or as he puts it, "Superman and Batman fought within the walls of these bat houses." These bat houses will not only provide safe lodging for bats and their offspring but will also give them a better fighting chance to not go extinct.
For more information about the advocacy by the "Batman v. Superman" director and cast members, visit SaveBats.org
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