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Dausmann adds that she suspects that other tropical mammals also hibernate and use the same heating strategy.
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But those animals hibernate for only five or six months.
Out of all the British mammals, it is only the bat, the dormouse and the hedgehog that have evolved the ability to hibernate.
Small tortoiseshells and peacock butterflies can begin to look for suitable sites to hibernate quite early in the year.
Researchers from Duke University said these lemurs may provide an insight into human sleep, as they are the closest genetic relative to humans that are known to hibernate.
Bears hibernate in winter because they can't find enough food.
She is mainly nocturnal and if not caught will probably find somewhere to go and hibernate if the weather becomes severe.
The hedgehogs need to be a sufficient weight to survive the winter, they need to be at least 600g to hibernate into spring.