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As of November 17, two locations are officially hibernating, ceasing operations entirely for the next few months and, hopefully, reopening when it’s safer and more profitable to serve customers again.
You may be tempted to hibernate through the end of 2020 and beyond, but we’ve got a whole slew of books set in cold locations to keep you awake.
To monitor the animals’ body chemistry, “I worked in dark, cold chambers — utterly quiet —surrounded by hibernating squirrels,” Rice says.
That’s the coldest body temperature ever recorded in a bird or non-hibernating mammal.
It’s been well known that infants and hibernating animals have brown fat.
The insects frequently hibernate in warmed houses, and may bite during the winter.
It is thought that kangaroo rats do not hibernate but remain more or less active throughout the winter.
We cannot well believe that they hibernate, nor is the hypothesis of a sojourn in the middle strata of mid-ocean exactly tenable.
In winter they hibernate like our squirrels, passing several months underground in a kind of slow and nearly motionless existence.
The above facts proved that it was just at the season of the year when the bear was ready to hibernate.

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