A Denver Zoo employee captured a bat in the primate area that was behaving erratically,

and the bat subsequently tested positive for rabies. Zoo officials believe no other people were exposed to the bat, but they urge all visitors to the zoo that day to seek medical attention if they were exposed to or handled a bat during their visit. Zoo animals are vaccinated for rabies, so they are likely not infected.

Important reminder to keep your furry friends vaccinated for rabies. Luckily, the Denver Zoo realizes how important vaccinations are and avoided a potential crisis!

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