Others go into hibernation, a state resembling sleep where the animal remains inactive, usually housed in a shell, remaining so until summer arrives.
Some animals profusely gather and store food, in preparation for winter months when the sources are dead and gathering impossible.
Winter is the coldest season of the year in some parts of the northern and southern hemisphere, this season is characterized by falling snow and freezing cold temperatures, usually exacerbated by strong winds.
The season which usually lasts about three months is caused by the winter-stricken area being farthest away from the sun in the earth’s orbit around it.
During summer, you’re free to do whatever you want, not worrying about curfew or waking up early for school.
Summer time is a great time to relax with friends and family by soaking up the sun at a beach or simply having dinner together.
Most schools take breaks during this period, whilst business in offices slows and schedules are rearranged according to the whims of the season.
Around this time, the days are short and nights longer, this usually reverse slowly as the season progresses.
The sun comes out very late on winter mornings and when it does is not hot.
People rarely come outdoors until daylight; most sit indoors by the fireside in the mornings and evenings.