Translation of hibernation in Spanish:


hibernación, n.

Pronunciation /ˌhaɪbərˈneɪʃ(ə)n/ /ˌhʌɪbəˈneɪʃ(ə)n/

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    hibernación feminine
    to go into hibernation entrar en estado de hibernación
    • to be in hibernation estar en hibernación
    • Bats typically accumulate body fat in autumn, which serves as the main energy source until emergence from hibernation in spring.
    • Upon emergence from hibernation, the lizards were caught by hand.
    • The German-based team say their study is the only report of prolonged hibernation in a tropical mammal.
    • Frogs in deep hibernation take longer to emerge to answer the call of the spring mating season.
    • Yearling snakes can use maternal scent cues to seek out their first hibernation den.
    • This lizard avoids a winter hibernation phase by the use of sun basking behaviors.
    • Snow pack and other natural insulators can keep the frogs sufficiently warm during their winter hibernation.
    • When a mammal prepares for hibernation, its body temperature lowers to near-freezing temperature.
    • It's critical to weigh your turtle or tortoise prior to hibernation.
    • When the bear came out of hibernation, she found areas where she used to feed last year are currently under development.