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The Big Sleep

In a wintry forest, snow lies thick on the ground. The trees are bare. There’s little to eat. But under the snow, a tiny dormouse is curled up in a ball in its nest. Its fluffy tail is wrapped around its body like a blanket. If you peek in, it won’t run away. It won’t even move. And it will stay that way until spring.

The Long Winter Nap

When cold weather comes

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