10 Bizarre Sleeping Habits Of Animals That Will Make You Praise Mother Nature.

10 Bizarre Sleeping Habits Of Animals That Will Make You Praise Mother Nature.
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Sleeping or resting is vital for every living being. When we talk about the sleeping habits of animals, you will find some strange facts.

The animal world is full of wonders and their sleeping manners are kinda interesting. Let's explore some weird sleeping habits of animals, they are hard to believe. Take a look.

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1. Orangutans construct mattresses before they sleep.

1. Orangutans construct mattresses before they sleep.

They make comfortable mattress weaving leaves and branches to have a sound sleep.

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2. Sea Otters stay anchored at night.

2. Sea Otters stay anchored at night.

They stay in groups while resting. Sometimes they hold paws when they have to sleep. They sleep too unusually.

3. Some animals sleep with one eye open.

3. Some animals sleep with one eye open.

We have heard that Dolphins sleep with one eye open but recently it was discovered that Wahlberg's epauletted fruit bats also sleep with just one eye closed.

4. Sunbirds flaunt pectoral tufts while sleeping.

4. Sunbirds flaunt pectoral tufts while sleeping.

Sunbirds are colorful passerine birds which keep fluffing their tufts even the whole night.

5. Mother dolphins do not sleep for the first three weeks after giving birth to baby.

5. Mother dolphins do not sleep for the first three weeks after giving birth to baby.

She gets too busy to look after the baby just like our moms do.

6.Horses sleep while they stand.

6.Horses sleep while they stand.

They have the tendency to get relaxed while standing.

7. Giraffes twist around when they sleep.

7. Giraffes twist around when they sleep.

While sleeping, they curve their long neck around.

8. Hazel Dormouse can sleep for long, balancing their body on the branch safely.

8. Hazel Dormouse can sleep for long, balancing their body on the branch safely.

Dormouse hibernates for 6 months.

9. Mallards sleep in a group with brain almost awake.

9. Mallards sleep in a group with brain almost awake.

They consciously keep looking for predators.

10. Albatrosses can sleep even they are flying.

10. Albatrosses can sleep even they are flying.

They sleep even flying at the speed of 25 miles per hour, amazing.