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Wintertime, high up north. Glittering frost covers the ground; drifting snowflakes fill the air. It’s a time to rest, save energy, and take life slow, for humans, animals, and plants. Or is it? Wintertime in Earth’s northern hemisphere simply means one thing-it’s summer in the southern half of our planet. In the north, surviving Christmas requires special skills, skills that dall sheep, snow hares, and bison have mastered. And Christmas time brings new family additions! In Canada, a grey jay has made its nest in the icy cold, while other animals still hibernate or flee to warmer, more southern regions, these birds make clever use of local conditions.

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