https://wolf.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/03/IWC_logo_white2a-300x127.png 0 0 Carissa Winter https://wolf.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/03/IWC_logo_white2a-300x127.png Carissa Winter2022-07-17 14:06:152022-07-19 14:09:06Scientists Find That Wolves’ And Dogs’ Sleep States Don’t Quite Match Up
Scientists Find That Wolves’ And Dogs’ Sleep States Don’t Quite Match Up
From Science Alert:
Studying the sleep patterns of wolves in comparison to dogs can give us an insight into how evolution and domestication may have affected sleep – and that’s exactly the point of a new study.
The study involved seven hand-raised, socialized wolves, which meant that they could be calmly and safely coaxed into natural sleep by their handlers without any risk of agitating or harming the animals.
Researchers then used non-invasive electrode measurements via an electroencephalogram, or EEG, to track brain activity as each wolf snoozed.
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