Winter hibernation - Winter's Tale - BBC
While many animals in the natural world tough it out during the harsh winters, some have a rather more dramatic and yet silent solution - sleep! A tiny door mouse nestles in the undergrowth whilst peacock butterflies and lesser horseshoe slumber in a castle dungeon in this breath-taking clip from A Winter's Tale. (02:21)

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