Where Do Frogs Go in Winter?

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they bury themselves in the mud around a wetland, such as a pond or stream.
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Frogs hibernate to the leaf litter, the mud at the bottom of lakes, to the debris at the bottom of lakes or in burrows under rocks and logs beneath the soil. They are not entirely inactive during this time of hibernation, but may swim around from time to time.
Some frogs enter into a dormant of sleep and live off of their bodies fat reserves. Some frogs such as the American Bull frog hibernate underwater. Other frogs like terrestrial frogs hibernate on land.
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Depending on what species of frog it is, they will usually do one of three things. They hibernate under leaves, they go to the bottom of lakes or streams, or they conceal themselves
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I think that frogs go to a muddy place and burrow underneath
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As the temp drops, frogs burrow under forest leaves so they won't freeze to death,
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Like most animals that cannot live in cold temperatures, frogs rely on cues from the outside environment to know when they should begin preparing for the winter. These cues include
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