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(Latin, "tent for winter quarters") can refer to:
- Hibernaculum (zoology)
Hibernaculum plural form: hibernacula is a word used in zoology to refer to a place of abode in which a creature seeks refuge, such as a bear using a cave to overwinter. Insects may hibernate to survive the winter. The word can be used to describe a variety of shelters used by various kinds of...
, the location chosen by an animal for hibernation. Commonly this may be a hibernating
Hibernation is a state of inactivity and metabolic depression in animals, characterized by lower body temperature, slower breathing, and lower metabolic rate. Hibernating animals conserve food, especially during winter when food supplies are limited, tapping energy reserves, body fat, at a slow rate...
mammal or insect.
- Hibernaculum (botany)
Hibernaculum is the term often applied to a winter bud of certain aquatic plants, such as the bladderworts . The buds are heavier than water, and, being developed at the approach of cold weather, they become detached, sink to the bottom of the pond, and thus survive the winter...
, a bud, case, or protective covering that a plant uses to survive the challenging environmental conditions during a dormancy period.
- Hibernaculum (song)
"Hibernaculum" is a single by musician Mike Oldfield, released in 1994. It is from the album The Songs of Distant Earth. "Moonshine" is a remix of the final part of Tubular Bells II.It charted at number 47 in the UK Singles Chart.- UK CD 1 :...
, a single by Mike Oldfield from his The Songs of Distant Earth album
- Hibernaculum (album)
Hibernaculum is a studio album by American musical group Earth. All of the songs, except for "A Plague of Angels", are older Earth songs that were re-recorded in the country-influenced style of Hex. The album includes a DVD with a documentary by Seldon Hunt, called "Within the Drone"...
. by the band Earth