Every time we fall into sleep, we always close our eyes of course, lay on our bed and then some do snores. Some of which may fall asleep even if they are just sitting while leaning on a wall, some of them even listening on a Sunday service, and most of them are sleeping while on a middle of the class.
But I knew just recently that fishes do sleep on a traditional way like humans –lying but with an eyes open wide. What? Am I seeing it right? I was so shocked as we happened to passed by a pet shop wherein my daughter loves to look at fishes on an aquarium. There I saw a school of fish sleeping. I thought that they would just close their eyes and then sleep. They were all lying while they’re floating. Maybe they are just so tired of swimming a lot (LOL!).
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