Koalas are the longest sleeping mammals, about 20-22 hours a day.
Which animal can sleep for 300 years?
Certain terrestrial snails can sleep for up to 3 years during hibernation or aestivation. Yes it's true! This long nap may sound attractive at first, but it's actually a non-ideal condition.
Which animal takes the longest nap?
Humpback whales travel over 10,440 miles from Costa Rica to Antarctica. This is the longest mammal movement on the planet. Great white sharks travel 12,400 miles from South Africa to Western Australia. But you can't cover more ground than a bird!
What kind of animals sleep longer than most humans?
The stereotype of "lazy sloth" is based on a certain truth. A three-finger sloth requires nearly 16 hours of sleep a day, and a two-finger sloth requires 16.4 hours 3. Other long-sleeping individuals include the black kite bat (19.9 hours), the North American Opossum (19.4 hours), and the giant armadillo (18.1 hours).