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Bitefrosts bury their bodies in the snow, waiting for Mario to pass over them. Upon sensing him walking overhead, the creatures spring, up trying to bite down on him with their teeth. Mario can use Bitefrosts to his advantage, but he must jump before the Bitefrosts close their teeth down on him, lest he be eaten and get hurt.
Bitefrosts have a pink variation that can be found in a gear-themed Bonus area with torches that can be accessed in the Luncheon Kingdom after Mario activates that Kingdom's Moon Rock. These pink Bitefrosts and their normal counterparts have the same behaviour.
Bitefrosts earned their name from the disease "frostbite", which occurs when cold temperatures freeze the skin.
- Japanese: Gabuzō (From Gabugabu (a biting onomatopoeia); written ガブゾー. Gen: Gabuzōno, Dat: Gabuzōni, Accu: Gabuzō-o, Abl: Gabuzōkara, Lat: Gabuzō-e, Instrumental: Gabuzōde)
- Spanish: El Mordihielo (Derived from Morder (to bite) and El Hielo (ice). Fourth Declension (Gen: Mordihielús, Dat Mordihiéluy, Accu: Mordihielum, Abl: Mordihiélud)
- French: Le Dengeleur (Derived from Le Dent (tooth) and Le Geler (frost). Third Declension (Gen: Leosse-oyo Dengeleure-osse, Dat: Le-oi Dengeleure-i, Accu: Le-om Dengeleure-em, Abl: Le-ad Dengeleure-os)
- Italian: Mordighiácchio (Derived from Mordicchiare (to bite) and Il Ghiacchio (ice). Alternatively from Mordere (to bite) and Il Ghiácchio (ice). Second Declension (Gen: Lósio Mordighiacchiósio, Dat: Loi Mordighiacchíoi, Accu: Il Mordighiácchio, Abl: Lod Mordighiácchiod)