Random Winter Facts


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1. The female brown bear will hibernate all winter long, not even waking up to give birth!
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2. In the winter, the fanaloka lives off of the fat it stores in its tail.
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3. An enterprising New Yorker built an igloo in Brooklyn following Winter Storm Jonas and listed it for $200 per night on AirBnB.
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4. In the winter of 1918, half the children in Berlin were suffering from rickets.
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5. Deer grow new antlers every year. They shed them off during winter after mating season.
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6. On average, people living in New York take more steps during the summer and winter than people of any other state.
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7. Female emperor penguins lay 1 egg in the winter, leave it with the male, coming back only in the spring.
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8. The winter of 1932 in the US was so cold that Niagara falls froze completely solid.
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9. If your car gets stuck in the snow this winter, put the floor mats right under the tires for easy traction.

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