Do Gophers Hibernate?


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.
Q&A Related to "Do Gophers Hibernate?"
In the winter.
The rest of the world spells it aestivation. Snails do it too.
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
Because the stuff they like to eat doesn't grow in winter.
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