How cottage-country critters hibernate

By Liann BobechkoLiann Bobechko

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Wood frog


When it’s freezing outside, why work to stay warm inside? Crouched under leaves, the wood frog turns to 65-per-cent ice. Only its cellular fluids remain liquid, thanks to high levels of glucose “antifreeze.” This frozen froggie will show no vital signs until it thaws.


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