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QUIZ: Does this animal hibernate?

Many animals will begin hibernating for winter over the next few weeks.

THE DAYS ARE getting colder and that means that many animals will preparing to begin hibernation over the coming weeks. 

There’s no doubt that many people would also love the option of hibernation through this year’s winter, but alas, that’s not possible. 

So, let’s test your knowledge. How well do you know animals that hibernate? 

Do chipmunks hibernate?
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No
What about hedgehogs?
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No
Do owls hibernate?
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Yes
No
What about skunks?
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No
Woodpeckers hibernate. True or false?
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False
Do pandas hibernate?
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No
What about hares?
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No
Bats hibernate. True or false?
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True
False
Do foxes hibernate?
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No
What about land snails?
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No
Do badgers hibernate?
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Yes
No
And finally... Lemurs hibernate. True or false?
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True
False
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