Arctic Ground Squirrel Hibernation Arousal State
 During hibernation, Arctic ground squirrels reach the lowest body temperature ever recorded in a mammal, dropping below freezing in a state called supercooling. When they awaken, they undergo "arousal," where they rewarm their bodies over several hours, restoring their normal functions.
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