(ABOUT ANIMALS/PETS/WILDLIFE) We all know the average human requires about eight hours of sleep a day. But what about our animal friends?
Animals have a wide range of daily sleep times that can vary considerably depending on multiple factors including age, environment, and diet. For instance, did you know that giraffes only sleep about 1.9 hours a night? Whereas koalas require a whopping 22 hours of sleep per day on average.
Find out how our animal friends catch their z’s in the infographic below and see which animal’s sleeping pattern compares closest to your own. Are you a 7-hour guppy fish? A 10-hour baboon? Or what about a 5-hour goat? — Global Animal
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