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What is the average sleep time of a species?

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Which species sleeps the most?

Top 10: Which animal sleeps the most? Koala: 20-22. Sloth: 20. Black kite magnolia bat: 19.9. Top 10: Which animal sleeps the most? Giant Armadillo: 18.1.Python: 18. Top 10: Which animal sleeps the most? --BBC Science Focus.

Which animal sleeps for 2 hours?

Wild elephants sleep an average of 2 hours per night and are known as the lightest snoozer in mammals. Previous studies have investigated such habits of captive elephants that sleep 3-7 hours a day. However, wild animals tend to sleep less because of the greater danger and pressure to find food.

Which animal sleeps for 5 hours?

Sheep-5 hours a day Sheep are diurnal like humans, and most of their sleep is done at night. In total, they can only sleep for 5 hours (2). Ruminants such as sheep must stand upright for most of the day to eat, limiting their ability to sleep on their side.

Which animal has been awake for the longest time?

Scientists say walruses can swim and stay up for 84 hours in a row.

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