Animals such as beavers, mice, squirrels, and meadow voles gather extra food in the fall months for food in the winter. Most of these animals store the food and visit the storage site periodically. Squirrels bury nuts and acorns in individual holes in the ground to eat later during the winter months.
In addition to animals that physically collect food, such as the chipmunk, some animals eat a lot before hibernation and use stored up fat to survive while hibernating. Some animals that do this include the Black Bear and the Woodchuck.
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