Snakes will hibernate in the winter if they have to. Whether or not they hibernate depends on the temperature. If they live in a warm climate, they won’t. If they live in a climate that experiences cold winters, they will, because they would otherwise freeze to death. This is because they’re cold-blooded, meaning they get their warmth from their environment. Some snakes will hibernate in massive groups, or dens, and use each other to stay warm during the winter.
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