To test sleep, researchers don’t let sleeping jellyfish lie

Experiments suggest that upside-down jellyfish are the first brainless animals that snooze

SNOOZING JELLY  Some Cassiopea jellyfish regularly enter a sleeplike state, a new study finds.


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