What Are Nocturnal Animals?


Nocturnal animals are animals that are very active during the night and sleep during the day. They are animals that have highly developed senses especially hearing, smell and eyesight. Bats, cats and rabbits are examples of the nocturnal animals.
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Nocturnal animals are active during nighttime and rest during the day. They usually have heightened senses of smell and hearing and eyesight adaped for the dark. Owls, raccoons, opossums and bats are examples of nocturnal animals.
Nocturnal animals are animals that are more active at night than during the day. These animals have special adaptations that help them survive in the dark. Bats, for example, use echolocation when navigating their way through different environments during the night.
Nocturnal animals are animals that do not sleep at night and do all their feeding, hunting, and rambling during the dark hours. They usually have special eyesight and heightened senses to survive like this.
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