This winter, the Sun's Tom Spears looks at snow and ice and wildlife to find out what makes our coldest season tick. It’s a series we call The Science of Winter. Today, we look at why tiny animals don’t turn into tiny ice cubes when the temperature falls.
As you stand in cold of minus -25 C, it’s easy to feel pity for chickadees that weigh only a few grams, and can’t come in from the cold at night.
Don’t bother. They’re fine.http://www.ottawasun.com/2016/12/23/why-tiny-animals-dont-turn-into-tiny-ice-cubes-when-the-temperature-falls