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The Bird That Sings In It's Dream

  • When a songbird sings, a particular pattern shows up in it's brain activity.
  • This exact same pattern can be found when a bird is sleeping, hence suggesting that it dreams of singing in it's sleep.


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Do Animals Dream?

Do Animals Dream?

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I often wonders what my dog dreams about when her legs are running in her sleep.

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