Have you ever wondered where all the insects go during the winter? Casey gives us an overview of some of the ways that insects manage to survive the winter. There are about as many overwintering strategies as there are insects, and they are all fascinating.
For one, the larval stage of the Isabella tiger moth – also known as the woolly bear caterpillar – can survive the winter frozen solid. Also, according to legend, looking at a woolly bear caterpillar is a reliable way of determining what the coming winter will be like (or not). Daniel explains.