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wikipedia - 01 Jul 2020
Fruit bats have been found to act as reservoirs for ebola virus, though the bats themselves sometimes have no signs of infection. Three species of bats have tested positive for ebola, but had no symptoms of the virus. This indicates that the bats may be acting as a reservoir for the virus. Of the infected animals identified during these field collections, immunoglobulin G (IgG) specific for ebola virus was detected in hammer-headed bats, Franquet's epauletted fruit bats, and little collared fruit bats.

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