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Dr. Moncrief provides some insights into why your dogs and cats sleep so much.
Dr. Moncrief recently welcomed local high school students and VMNH staff to the mammal collection for specimen-based programs and activities.
Here are some amazing facts about the most famous hibernator of them all.
Hibernation is a kind of sleep that allows animals to live for months without eating or drinking. We often associate hibernation with mammals such as groundhogs and bears, but other animals are hibernators, too.
There may be some science behind Santa’s choice of reindeer to pull his sleigh.
Why are there so many acorns one year, and so few the next?