Are Cats Nocturnal?

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No, cats are not nocturnal but they are known as crepuscular. They are mostly active during the dawn and dusk.
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This largely depends on the species. For the Domestic Cat species, they are more crepuscular than nocturnal. This means they are most active during low-light hours such as at dawn
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Domestic cats descended from desert cats in the Middle East. Because of the heat there cats sleep during the day and are active at night when it's cooler out.
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