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What is Hibernation?

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What is Hibernation? by John Crossingham
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This work is for ages 6-12. Hibernation is one of nature's greatest miracles, allowing animals to sleep through periods of extreme cold (and heat). From the tundra to the desert, this ability enables animals to live in some of Earth's harshest climates. Full-colour photographs and vivid text combine to give children a view of the many different ways that animals "sleep it off". Highlights include: how an animal's body uses fat to survive and even wake itself up; how an animal finds and prepares its den for hibernation; animals that estivate, or hibernate to escape heat; animals that give birth and care for their young during hibernation.
Release date NZ
October 20th, 2001
Country of Publication
Canada
Illustrations
colour photos & illus
Imprint
Crabtree Publishing Co,Canada
Pages
32
Dimensions
215x240x6
ISBN-13
9780865059641
Product ID
1833907

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