Featured in hibernation
All hail Holly, the queen of Fat Bear Week
The contest, hosted by Katmai National Park, seeks to educate on hungry, hungry brown bears.
Groundhog Day is all about woodchuck sex
Six more weeks of Tinder.
Megapixels: This swamp is full of frozen gator snouts
But don't worry, they're just fine.
What if hibernating animals formed an orchestra and performed a symphony about their winter’s sleep?
Well, they did—sort of.
The hibernation science in ‘Passengers’ is not far from reality
Suspended animation may help us survive interplanetary travel, but it won't keep us alive for 120 years
Tiny Pygmy-Possums Can Smell Smoke And Move While Dormant
Hibernating animals might sense fires in time to get to safety
Brown Bear Gut Microbes May Hold The Secret To Being Hefty But Healthy
Pooh study bears fruit
Sleepy Dormice Break Wild Hibernation Record At 11 Months
If they can’t have kids, they can’t be bothered to wake up
How It Works: Putting Humans In Suspended Animation
A new human trial will chill gunshot victims to keep them alive
FYI: Can Humans Hibernate?
Involuntarily? Yes. On purpose? Maybe. In February, for instance, Swedish snowmobilers found a man who had been trapped under snow … Continued