What animals save fat reserves in winter?

Answering this question, we can say that the reserves of fat are required in order to live a long period without food (for example, if the animal goes into hibernation or needs to hold out during the cold season of the year, in a nomadic way). The main animals that store fat in order to hibernate are: bears, hedgehogs, badgers, gophers, marmots and chipmunks. These animals begin to store their fat in the fall in order to survive the winter, and spend it with great economy. The fat layer also protects animals from hypothermia.

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