Do Gophers Hibernate?

Answer

Most gophers are usually active year-round. They don't hibernate during harsh seasons. Gophers store their food in subterranean chambers in summer. These rodents dig networks of tunnels that often disrupt landscape.
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In the winter.
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The rest of the world spells it aestivation. Snails do it too.
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Gophers and rabbits become less active in the heat of the summer, sort of like hibernation. I believe there is a word to describe this “less active” state. Help
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Because the stuff they like to eat doesn't grow in winter.
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