When do Snakes Hibernate?

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The period of snake hibernation generally depends upon the temperatures within the region in which the snakes live. In various subtropical and tropical parts of the world, most snakes do not hibernate at all because of good weather. In the coldest
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I think snakes hibernate in the low 40s. Since they are cold blooded, their body temp is the same as the outside air. So they cannot handle freezing temperatures. . alex. 31 months
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A snake hibernates in the beginning of Winter, and come out when the frost is over! Does that answer your question?
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