‘Hibernation’ Tee


Bats survive winter famine by building fat stores throughout late summer and early autumn. In little brown myotis (Myotis lucifugus), body fat increases from approximately 7% of total mass during summer to 27% of total mass prior to hibernation. Even non-migrant and non-hibernating species (e.g., Mexican free-tailed bats inhabiting southern Louisiana) increase fat levels to resist hypothermia; fattening may also provide individuals the option of migrating during especially cold winters.

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  • 100% combed ringspun cotton crew
  • lightweight, fine jersey
  • blind stitching on sleeves and bottom hem
  • low impact yarn-dyed, fabric washed
  • luxurious softness
  • screen printed with 100% environmentally friendly inks
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Weight .2625 lbs
Dimensions 10 × 10 × .5 in

Large, Medium, Small, X Large


Maize Yellow, White


Unisex, Women's

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