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(Science Magazine)   Female elephant seals hunt nonstop and sleep just 1 hour a night, spending most of their lives in the twilight zone   (sciencemag.org) divider line
    More: Interesting, Pacific Ocean, Northern Elephant Seal, Ocean, Pinniped, female northern elephant seals, Fish, Elephant, Elephant seal  
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2021-05-13 5:49:29 PM  
The work, made possible by cameras and devices attached to the seals' heads....

Yeah I'd probably only sleep 1 hour a night with a farking gopro attached to my head, too.
 
2021-05-13 8:59:25 PM  
Who you calling an elephant seal, subby?
 
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