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Updated by Fusion 360 on Jan 22, 2016
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Silly Animals That Should Be Narcoleptic

Animals are really cute, especially their respective smaller forms. When it comes to reaching the epitome of absolute cuteness, sleeping only amplifies an animal’s adorable nature and makes their mere visual presence more than the average human being can bear. Unfortunately for pleasant calendar makers everywhere, most animals only sleep for a handful of hours everyday thus validating the need for the following list.

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Puppies

Puppies

Kittens and their pompous parents, actual cats, are all the rage on the internet, but too many people are allergic to them to be considered for our countdown. For that very reason, we can only pray that more puppies will devote less time to physical maturation and more time to falling asleep in children’s arms in front of well-placed, child-stalking photographers.

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Llamas

Llamas

Llamas sleep very lightly. Nobody is really sure if it’s because they simply can’t sleep or because they are just stubborn. Their awkward facial expressions say that it’s because they’re stubborn. Either way, it’d be super funny to see one with its long neck just suddenly fall over and sleep due to its narcolepsy. Kesha’s already preparing her vocal chords to belt out a nice, “Timber!”

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Komodo Dragon

Komodo Dragon

Don’t worry, the real fire-breathing dragons didn’t even come close to making this list. This kind of cute dragon only eats beached dolphins who, just like humans, happen to be the only other mammals that have sex for pleasure. They can’t help themselves! Aside from the enjoyment associated with eating mammals that engage in sex for pleasure, this creature may or may not like sleep all that much. Go ahead and poke to find out.

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Sea Cucumbers

Sea Cucumbers

I know what you’re thinking: how could a creature that looks so angry all of the time ever appear calm, collected and charming while sleeping? Well, that’s why this is a list for animals that “should” be narcoleptic. The silly sea cucumber naturally can’t not nab our fifth slot!

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Emu

Emu

Most people consider bestiality a tidbit taboo or tremendously immoral, but can you just imagine waking up next to this little rascal of a flightless bird?! Hearts are melting!

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Unicorn

Unicorn

When they’re not flying, eating, mating or making a living and providing for their families, they love sleep. The only way to catch one on camera, unfortunately, is to wish a sleeping disorder upon them so they’ll be still and get discovered. As identified by the popular show, “30 Rock,” the closest thing that’s been discovered thus far is the unicorn’s distant ancestor, the horsicorn which is a unicorn with a horse’s head.

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Those Fainting Goats on Youtube

Those Fainting Goats on Youtube

If you haven’t seen the video. Click here. You’ll crave goats milk shortly thereafter. This is the real deal, people!

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Sloths (extremely pensive creatures)

Sloths (extremely pensive creatures)

Sloth’s sleep all day, err’ day. They are the shining light when it comes fun, narcoleptic tendencies. Let’s hope that they cannot never not can’t sleep cause then Pixar won’t have a cute character for their animal films!

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Writer

Writer

Lucas Miller writes for Fusion 360, an advertising agency in Utah. He writes for Sleep Genius and many other clients.

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