PHARMATIVE: New Study Says Animals Are Becoming More Nocturnal (1)

A new study says wild animals are becoming more nocturnal to avoid humans. The findings show that humans’ presence alone can cause animals to alter their sleep schedules. For the study, researchers compiled data from 76 studies of 62 species living on six continents. Findings show on average, human disruption is making animals 1.36 times more nocturnal. #AnimalKingdom #PHARMATIVE

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