Here she comes! No one can escape the crushing hugs your Great Aunt Martha gives. Or her cheek pinching either.
If Great Aunt Martha were a Canadian animal, we’d bet she’d be a Honey Bee (especially when they get into hibernation mode). Honey Bees cozy up to one another and form a large ball in the middle of their hives. To keep warm, they keep moving a bit all winter long. When the bees on the outside of the ball get chilly they wriggle their way to the centre and push the inside bees to the outside.