brumation

a reptile equivalent to hibernation.
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Brumation

cooling a herp by lowering its temperature for usually 2 to 4 months to approximate conditions during the winter period. This is not the true hibernation of mammals. Brumation triggers the physical changes that stimulate egg production in females, sperm production in males and the breeding response necessary for successful captive propagation.
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Brumation

cooling a herp by lowering its temperature for usually 2 to 4 months to approximate conditions during the winter period. This is not the true hibernation of mammals. Brumation triggers the physical changes that stimulate egg production in females sperm production in males and the breeding response necessary for successful captive propagation.
Found on http://www.kingsnake.com/articles/Glossary.html

Brumation

reptile equivalent of hibernation.
Found on http://www.thereptilian.co.uk/the_reptilian_glossary.html
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