1: Frogs hibernate during cold months to survive harsh winter conditions.

2: They burrow underground or hide in mud to avoid freezing temperatures.

3: Frogs slow down their metabolism and breathing to conserve energy.

4: Hibernation allows frogs to survive without food or water for months.

5: Some frogs produce antifreeze proteins to prevent ice formation in their bodies.

6: As temperatures warm up, frogs emerge from hibernation and resume normal activities.

7: Hibernation is crucial for frogs' survival in cold climates.

8: Human activities and climate change threaten frog populations and their hibernation habitats.

9: Conservation efforts are essential to protect frogs and their hibernation time.