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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #84502: Winter's tale
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    Winter's tale

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    Winter simply has to be one way or another. Taking an active part is not always . One of the most ways to survive is also the most silent : simply close down is just what a dormouse does. So deeply does it hibernate that it ' s to the touch. For other animals in winter, time also . While the cold lasts, they must find places to for serious slumbering - places where warmth and moisture are just right and disturbs the silence. Peacock butterflies - safe from the of the elements sleeping off winter on the of a castle dungeon. This is how they ' ll be until . And hanging from the above : lesser horseshoe bats. Their bodies folded within their like loose umbrellas … their heartbeats to almost nothing … their breathing undetectable. Here they ' ll , clinging on by their toes … barely until the warmer weather .

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