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Why don't horses sleep so much?
Horses are large animals, so you can limit blood flow by letting them rest for a long time. This causes excessive pressure on their internal organs, which is why they lie only for REM sleep. As a result, you can stand and sleep in different places throughout the day.
Do horses always stand and sleep?
Adult horses rest while standing in the Lord, but need to lie down to get the required REM sleep.
Do horses sleep all night?
4. Horses don't sleep all night like us. Horses are neither nocturnal (night activity) nor diurnal (diurnal). Instead of falling asleep every night, horses usually spend the night alternating between rest and activity.
How long do horses sleep?
Horses lie on average for about 2-4 hours during the day and concentrate at night. Young people sleep more than adults. They are lying in either "sternal lying down" (legs bent down) or "lying" (lying).