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It will cause bat populations to crater and had famous groundhog Punxsutawney Phil stirring early. And rather than hibernating through the freezing snowstorms typically seen from October to March, black bears are likely to wake early — and they’ll be ravenous, said Paul Curtis, a professor of natural resources and wildlife specialist with Cornell University. “They’ll be hungry when they come out of their dens after hibernating all winter,” Curtis said. “Their fat reserves will be gone and they’ll be looking for easy food.”"
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