Spiders Are Apparently Capable of Dreaming

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By Lindsay Rogers I, as most dog owners do, love watching my dog dream. While in the deepest of slumbers, I like to imagine that he’s brazenly chasing another dog twice his size, as his legs often kick, he’ll let out the occasional (albeit muffled) yelp and his eyes shift rapidly behind his little dachshund eyelids. Of course, these indicators are hardly exclusive to my dog. In fact, according to a new report from The Wall Street Journal, “periods of rapidly shifting eye movement during sleep” signal a sleep stage associated with dreaming in almost all animals capable of doing so — humans, dog...

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