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The Giant Panda Who Did A Roly-Poly In His Sleep
Animals  (tags: Giant, Panda, Roly-Poly, Sleep )

- 3151 days ago -
The Giant Panda is a bear native to central-western and south western China. It is easily recognized by its large, distinctive black patches around the eyes, over the ears, and across its round body.
Cats Can Sleep Everywhere
Animals  (tags: cats, sleep, everywhere, entertainment )

- 3270 days ago -
It's a wonder why we even bother buying beds and hideaways for our kitties when all they really need is a cuddly Pit bull upon which to slumber or a few piano
As in Humans, Sleep Solidifies a Bird's Memories
Animals  (tags: Human, Sleep, Bird, Memories )

- 3389 days ago -
Sleeping is known to help humans stabilize information and tasks learned during the preceding day.
Dolphins Need Their Siesta Too, DoC Tells Water Users
Animals  (tags: australia, marinewildlife, dolphins, relaxation, sleep, endangered, extinction, humans, protection )

- 3787 days ago -
The Spanish aren't the only ones who enjoy a siesta - dolphins also benefit from a spot of lunch-time relaxation. The Department of Conservation is asking boaties and swimmers to give dolphins a lunch break so they don't become stressed during the summ
Sloths Not So Slothful
Animals  (tags: sloths, study, sleep, animals, captivity, AnimalWelfare, environment, habitat, protection, wildanimals, wildlife )

- 3997 days ago -
In the wild, sloths are no lazier than the average teenager. The average day of the average sloth isn't so different from yours or mine, it seems. It goes something like this: 8 a.m.: wake up; 6 p.m.: dinner; 11 p.m.: bed.
How Do Whales and Dolphins Sleep Without Drowning?
Animals  (tags: whales, dolphins, sleep, study )

- 4032 days ago -
Marine mammals such as whales and dolphins spend their entire lives at sea. So how can they sleep and not drown?
Birds Take 'Power Naps' to Keep Their Senses Alert All Day
Animals  (tags: birds, sleep, habitat, environment, animals, AnimalWelfare, protection, wildlife )

- 4055 days ago -
Just like busy executives who work 14-hour days, birds take "power naps" to keep their senses alert for predators, according to German researchers. In their pioneering study, researchers from the Max-Planck Institute of Ornithology in Seewiesen, Germany,
Dolphins Cut Sleep to Raise Their Newborns
Animals  (tags: dolphins, mother, newborns, sleep, research, science )

- 4181 days ago -
Mother dolphins dramatically reduce their sleeping hours for almost one week after giving birth in order to focus on rearing their newborn calfs, a study by a group of researchers

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