Not a Buzz to be Found: Insects in Winter

Buzz! Zip! Zoom! When the weather is warm, insects are everywhere. But what do they do in winter? It’s hard work handling the cold and ice when you’re so small. Honeybees huddle together in their hive. Monarch butterflies fly miles south. Woolly bear caterpillars use the leaves and snow to snuggle under. Battle the breeze with these chilly critters and discover the amazing lengths twelve different insects go to in order to survive the icy winter.

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