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HIBERNATION

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Lance Montemar

on 11 September 2014

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Transcript of HIBERNATION

HIBERNATION
By Neil Garcia and Lance Montemar
WHY DO ANIMALS HIBERNATE?
Hibernation helps animals conserve energy. Animals that hibernate eat a lot of food to store energy in their stomach. By the time they wake up they are in their regular size. Animals hibernate to escape extreme cold and heat.
HOW LONG DO THEY HIBERNATE?
Animals sleep for the whole winter and they wake up in spring. When they wake up they prepare for their next hibernation. Spring is the best time for most animals to give birth to their young.
ANIMALS THAT HIBERNATE
There are about 19 animals that hibernate:
Badgers, Bats, Bears, Bees, Chipmunks, Earthworms, Fat-tailed Lemurs, Frogs, Toads, Hamsters, Hedgehogs, Lizards, Marmots, Nighthawks, Prairie dogs, Raccoons, Skunks, Snakes and Snails
What would be the result if animals didn't hibernate
If animals didn't hibernate they would die and get sick from the extremely cold weather.
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