Canadian animals are adorable and adaptable - here's how they survive our extremely weird winters!
Grizzly bears sleep it away, while polar bears are in their element. Arctic hares and foxes change their looks to winter white, and cardinals and Atlantic puffins are dazzling splashes of colour against the snow. The Peary caribou toughs it out in the tundra, but the boreal forest Caribou hangs out in the forest where the wood frog freezes solid and waits it out until spring.
Amazing photographs and simple text highlight the amazing ways Canadian animals have adapted to survive!
Cynthia O'Brien loves facts and animals! She is the author of several nonfiction titles for Scholastic, including The Magic School Bus Presents Polar Animals. She lives in Toronto, Ontario.
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