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Animals Hibernating: How Animals Survive Extreme Conditions
Pamela Hickman
Illustrations: Pat Stephens
Toronto: Kids Can Press, 2005. 40 p.
(Animal Behaviour)
ISBN 1553376625
Ages 8 to 12

The 11th title in the Animal Behaviour series, Animals Hibernating, explores the extraordinary phenomenon of hibernation. Readers will find the answers to many questions about hibernation explained in understandable language. The book also includes an index and a glossary, as well as several hands-on activities and experiments for readers to try at home.


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