Horses do not hibernate.
Horses do not hibernate, but wild horses do follow a migratory track. Horses evolved on the North American plains and then migrated to Asia across the Bering land bridge.
Arabian horses do not hibernate as they must eat continuously to survive. However they may migrate to follow good grazing if allowed to live in a wild or feral state.
No horses do not hibernate.
Horses do neither.
Ferrets do not hibernate
Sea horses do not hibernate or migrate.
No they dont
wild bunnies do infact hibernate
No, they are sea animals. Sea animals do not hibernate.
No birds hibernate.
They don't hibernate.
They dont. =)
Dogs, cats, horses, and koalas and only bears hibernate
Wild Horses - Wild Horses album - was created in 1980.
No they do not.
the wild mink does not hibernate or migrate for the winter
No. Pumas and other wild cats do not hibernate.
Horses don't need to hibernate. They can find food in the winter. Bears don't actually hibernate, either, for that matter. They do wake up to eat, roll into a new position and give birth.
Yes they do! Only in the wild though. If you have them as a pet then they will not hibernate I agree.
most wild geckos and all herps hibernate
No, pet hamsters don't hibernate, only wild ones.
They dont hibernate nor they dont even migrate
Anywhere that feral horses, or wild horses live.