How power-napping helps late-born dormice. In the race against time to build enough energy reserves to survive hibernation, dormice born late are at a serious disadvantage. Research has found that, despite having less time to gather.
This is a quick chart for your students to fill in when you study winter animals.Animals that migrate: Monarch butterflies, geese, moths, some fish, whalesAnimals that adapt: rabbits, deer, squirrels, mice, beavers, Animals that hibernate: bears, skunks, chipmunks
Animals that Start With D - (Dormouse) This small and cute creature belongs to the rodent family and was found in Europe. 29 species of this mouse are present worldwide and are mostly known for the long periods of hibernation in the cold months. It can grow to 25 cm long and that is depending on which species belongs and can move easily without being noticed. #AnimalsthatStartWithD #Dormouse
A pair of tiny dormice enjoy a nap in our spotting of the day. Dormice spend up to three quarters of their life asleep!
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Adorable hazelnut mice DIY
Come learn how to make these succulent teacup planters- adorable hibernating hazelnut mouse included!-at my fall critter upcycle workshop at the @johnwaltermuseum Spend a cozy autumn afternoon sitting by the fire in one of Edmontons oldest houses! We'll have snacks, tunes and also learn how to make loom knit owls!!! Call 311 to register!! Ages 10 and up (children under 16 must be accompanied by adult registrant) #yeg #yegworkshops #upcycle #workshop #succulents #teacup #mice #yegartist
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