Hibernate Sentence Examples

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  • The genus is common to the northern half of both hemispheres, and its members burrow and hibernate.

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  • Bats are social, nocturnal and they migrate to a warmer climate, or hibernate.

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  • Those which inhabit temperate latitudes hibernate.

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  • There are about twenty kinds of night-lizards, and many which hibernate.

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  • In temperate climates the impregnated females hibernate during the winter in houses, cellars, stables, the trunks of trees, &c., coming out to lay their eggs in the spring.

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  • Frogs also hibernate from october for around 3-5 months.

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  • In the temperate regions they hibernate.

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  • The species inhabiting cold climates construct a winter nest in which they hibernate, waking up at times to feed on an accumulated store of nuts and other food.

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  • It is a common misnomer that gray squirrels hibernate.

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  • Do n't hibernate this winter join in the fun!

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  • In habits bats are social, nocturnal and crepuscular; the insect-eating species feed on the wing, in winter in the temperate regions they migrate to a warmer climate, or hibernate, as do the British bats.

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  • You may find that a bat or small tortoiseshell butterfly may roost or hibernate in this secret hideaway.

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  • Unlike their cousins they do not hibernate due to the all round high temperatures of their native land.

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  • Never ever attempt to hibernate a tortoise which you suspect is ill, or which is under weight.

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  • The genus is common to the northern half of both hemispheres, and its members, like those of the two preceding groups, burrow and hibernate (see Marmot).

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  • Get out of the house- Although you may want to curl up and hibernate, and this is okay for a while, eventually you'll need to crawl out of that cave.

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  • There are still wonderful times ahead before the long winter months set in and we hibernate until the new spring.

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