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How long do bears hibernate?
-- Most bears begin hibernation in early October and rouse themselves in April or May. They're usually not holed up for the entire time (it's probably more appropriate to think of hibernation as a series of very long naps), but the American Black Bear can go 100 days without waking up. More...
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