Some ducks sleep with one eye open

Photo Courtesy: Mahfuzur Rahman Pranto

The ducks at the ends of the line were actually controlling which side of the brain stayed awake, and which dozed. They were engaging in what scientists call single-hemisphere sleep. The eye controlled by the sleeping side of the brain closed, while the active side kept its eye open and on the lookout.

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