Reviewed by Daniel Brennan, MD on May 28, 2018
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Animal Planet: “How and Why Do Bats Hang Upside Down All Day?”
Library of Congress: “Why do Bats Live in Caves?”
Smithsonian: “Bat Facts.”
Stanford University: “Adolescent Sleep.”
American Academy of Sleep Medicine: “Evening Screen Time Negatively Affects Kids’ Sleep.”
San Diego Zoo: “Brown Bear.”
National Geographic Kids: “Brown Bear.”
Live Science: “Dolphins Keep an Eye Out While Sleeping.”
Scientific American: “How Do Whales and Dolphins Sleep Without Drowning?” and “Sleep Deprivation Tied to Shifts in Hunger Hormones.”
University of Georgia: “Managing Stress.”
University of Kentucky: “Insect Info.”
The Journal of Experimental Biology:“Do Young Bees Sleep?" and “Caste-dependent sleep of worker honey bees.”
TIME:“Energy Drinks May Harm Health, Especially for Children.”
American Academy of Pediatrics: “Helping Your Teen Succeed in School.”
Oracle Thinkquest Education Foundation: “Snakes.”
The New York Times: “The Claim: Cold Temperatures Improve Sleep.”
Massachusetts Institute of Technology: “Animals Have Complex Dreams, MIT Researcher Proves.”
Popular Science: “FYI: Do Animals Dream?”
Neuroscience for Kids: “Stages of Sleep.”
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Marsupial Society: “Tasmanian Devil.”
National Geographic:“Tasmanian Devil.”
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