Where Do Snakes Go in the Winter?


Winter is a very cruel environment for humans and animals alike. People will heat their houses to keep warm and some animals and birds will migrate to places where it's warm. Although snakes are cold blooded, they are also affected by winter and since they cannot migrate to warmer regions, they keep warm by grouping themselves together in dens, barrows and holes that are below the frost line. These dens are usually left by fleeing animals.
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I believe they go to the shara desert.
Snakes and many other reptiles find shelter in holes or burrows, and spend the
Snakes travel to one spot where 100s of them can hibernate together - this is called a snake den.
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Groups of snakes hibernate together during the winter in dens burrowed underneath the frost level.
Frequently, these dens are in rock crevices, animal burrows, or deep holes under root balls.
In the winter most snakes actually hibernate. They hibernate in logs, caves, or even in other animal's burrows. Sometimes hundreds of snakes can be found in one place hibernating. Some snakes don't hibernate and can be found on a cold day. You can find more information here: http://blog.sciseek.com/2009/02/13/where-do-those-cold-blooded-animals-go-in-winter/
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