Many different animals live in this biome. There are different sorts of insects and spiders, worms and slugs, many different amphibious creatures, varieties of reptiles, and plenty of diverse mammals. The animals, which choose to live in the temperate deciduous biome, require themselves to adapt to the four different seasons that occur year-round. Some of the animals stick it out, others hibernate, and some even migrate to different places then come back when the weather is more suitable for them (New Hampshire Public Television, 4). If you were to visit an area which contains the temperate deciduous forest, you would find a variety of animals like brown bears, black bears, wild boar, beavers, squirrels, chipmunks, deer, mice, and many more mammals. There would also be different birds like owls and caridnals (Allaby 3, 148-153).