We have a pet bearded dragon, and my son wanted to know if it will hibernate. We learned this from the Internet:
"Dragon hibernation, which we call brumation is a semi-dormant state they may have for a few weeks to a few months, but only in winter."
The clause "which we call brumation" needs a closing comma. It is extra information, as discussed in this post.
So, the sentence should read "Dragon hibernation, which we call brumation, is ..."
Time to feed our dragon some crickets!
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