Fish generally go into an energy saving mode of "rest" but do not "sleep" in the same way land animals do.
Since they do not have eyelids, they sleep with their eyes open.
Sleep can be defined in birds and mammals by eye closure and typical electrical
patterns in the neocortex, but fish lack eyelids and a neocortex. Yet this oscar is ...
Mar 9, 2014 ... The short answer is yes; most fish do sleep. ... Researchers monitored the sleep
patterns of normal Zebrafish and those that lacked a functional ...
Mar 4, 2008 ... They don't have eyelids to close, they sometimes do it during the day, they don't
show the characteristic brainwave patterns like REM sleep ...
Apr 23, 2014 ... Think about your sleep habits and how they might appear to a fish. You might
think it's weird how fish sleep, so what do you believe fish would ...
www.howfishbehave.ca/pdf/sleep in fishes.pdf
Most sleep researchers, being focused on mammals, recognise sleep when they
see distinctive patterns of electrical activity of the brain. Fish, however, lack the.
The answer to the question “do goldfish sleep?” is one of the most common
things new goldfish keepers want to know about their fish.
Jun 15, 2015 ... It is believed that fish sleep, although it is a controversial subject; some ... One of
the favorite habits of the clown loach, which has alarmed most ...
www.ask.com/youtube?q=Sleeping Habits of Fish&v=GemJIEO9AFw
Mar 16, 2012 ... My angelfish that I've had for three years has done this every night.
Scientists have also measured their brainwaves and do not find visible sleep
patterns. But, some fish do noticibly slow down, or stop their ...