Thursday December 17 2009

Winter Wildlife
How does wildlife stay warm in extreme wind chills?

First, wildlife will seek protective cover to get out of the wind, so quality habitat is critical, as is adequate food. Animals must eat more than normal amounts to replace calories burned keeping warm.

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Wildlife are uniquely adapted to withstand winter's most severe conditions.

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