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Nature Notebook

Michigan’s animals deal with winter in a few different ways – migrating to a warmer climate, toughing it out, and dormancy. There are several different forms of dormancy, with hibernation being the most extreme.

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The numerous, tiny piles of soil that indicate earthworm activity are beginning to appear in yards. The earthworm’s body is mostly water so how did it survive our bitterly cold winter?

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