Area wildlife is equipped to handle rough winters
ALEXANDRIA, Minn. -- It can be hard to imagine anything surviving some of the elements that northern winters can throw at wildlife.
From 40-degree below zero wind chills to a 15-inch snow fall, winter can make things harder on species such as deer, turkeys and pheasants. But these animals are biologically wired to survive the harshest conditions that Mother Nature can unleash.
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