The Best Way To Deal with Winter – Masters Of Hibernation


Two bats hibernating


European Hedgehog (Erinaceous Europaeus) preparing for hibernation


Turtles hibernate as well


Not quite yet – Brown bear (Ursus arctos) awaiting spring


Knock, knock. Can I stay over winter? – Common toad choosing its spot for hibernation


Just out of hibernation – Adder snake (Vipera berus)


In the Hornet family (Vespa crabro) only the new queen hibernates


Some snails hibernate – To stay moist they seal the opening of their shells with an epiphragm


One doesn´t have to go far for an example – surely you must have seen a similar picture at your home more often during winter / Photo: Martina Advaney

Photos: Shutterstock, Martina Advaney

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