Did you know? Bottlenose dolphin sleep with one eye open and the other closed. Unlike humans, Bottlenose need to be awake to breathe. To prevent drowning while sleeping only half of the dolphin’s brain goes to sleep while the other half remains awake so they can continue to breathe. When the left brain sleeps, the right eye is closed and when the right half sleeps the left eye is closed.
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