Arctic hares do not hibernate during the winter. Their thick fur helps them survive the winter’s chill, and they dig “snowy shelters” where they can group together and share their warmth underground. Their fur also changes color to white, enabling the hare to blend in with nearby snow and thus avoid predators.
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