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As England is gripped by a freeze spell dubbed the Beast from the East, creatures great and small are braving the snow blizzards and biting winds.
These photograph show how our furry friends have reacted to the cold snap from a timid peep outside their nests to wild frolicking with their playmates.
And whether they like the weather or not, animals across the country make a stunning sight against the fluffy white backdrop.
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Wintry scenes from across EnglandCats versus snowfallIt’s snowing – can I refuse to go to work ?Image caption Weather Watcher High Lions captured their first lamb born at Ampleforth, in North Yorkshire Image caption Humboldt penguins at Cotswold Animal Park Image caption Weather Watcher Big Jam spotted a robin sing in the snow in Isleworth, west London Image caption Doodoo, a male red panda, curled up in a tree at Cotswold Animal Park to avoid the cold ground Image caption A lynx plays in the snowfall at Whipsnade Zoo near Dunstable in Bedfordshire Image caption A pony at Brinsley Animal Rescue in Nottinghamshire Image caption Weather Watcher Silversal captured this fox venturing into a garden in Islington, Greater London