Unlike other animals, snakes do not hibernate in the winter; they stick close to
home and brumate, a process in which they burrow underground and slow down
Jan 7, 2008 ... In winter, garter snakes are supposed to be hibernating. ... Reptiles do not sleep
the winter away, nor do they live off their fat reserves. They are ...
But, don't let the thought of winter weather and snakes going into hibernation fool
you. Snakes don't hibernate! Actually, they "brumate". Think of it this way.
Most snakes do not dig -- the behavior and physiological adaptations ... Snakes
hibernate at different depths depending on their species, latitude and elevation.
Different types of rattlesnakes live in cold-weather environments. ... They do best
in temperatures between 70 and 90 degrees Fahrenheit, and must retreat ...
Rattlesnake winter dens are often located on exposed south-facing slopes with
To avoid the cold and snow, rattlesnakes hibernate all winter long. Snakes ... f)
During hibernation, snakes use small amounts of OXYGEN and they do not EAT.
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Nov 13, 2008 ... Not all snakes hibernate, but most snakes that hibernate do so during the cold
months of fall and winter. Learn how a snake prepares for ...
Learn how animals hibernate, migrate and adapt to the changing weather. Plus ...
like fish, frogs, snakes and turtles have no way to keep warm during the winter.
Mar 30, 2011 ... How do garter snakes face the challenges of snow and freezing ... Here in New
Hampshire, smaller groups of garter snakes hibernate together ...
Snakes will gather together to hibernate with members of their own species as
well as ... Where do Ontario snakes go to survive the harsh Canadian winter?