How the Wild Things Sleep

Everybody does it differently – but everybody does it: enormous elephants do it for only two
hours a day, while tiny bees snooze up to 10 hours daily, and some birds spend 300 days a
year up in the air and sleep on the wing. This documentary explores some of the most extreme
sleepers on Earth, as scientists step up the technology game and go wild. Why and how do
animals sleep? How do they deal with sleep deprivation or the danger of being unconscious
during their naps? These are some of the baffling questions that lead through How the Wild
Things Sleep.