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www.fliesonly.com/do-flies-sleep-at-night

Flies mostly sleep during night time however sometimes they also take short naps during day time. Generally, flies do not search for sleeping areas that are predator free, but instead they just sleep anywhere. Flies can be found sleeping on floor, walls, curtains, plant leaves etc.

www.quora.com/Where-do-flies-sleep-at-night

Flies do not sleep as deeply as humans do and they sleep for much shorter periods of time. (I mean, wouldn’t you sleep lightly if huge giants were around and they had the habit of smashing your relatives into a pulp?) The University of Queensland did a study on houseflies sleeping.

www.reference.com/pets-animals/flies-sleep-2e052159b273a127

Flies sleep in short periods during the night in various places such as on ceilings and floors. Studies have shown that like humans, flies have sleep and rest patterns. Flies do not sleep as deeply as humans do and they sleep for much shorter periods of time. Further studies into the sleep cycles of flies are difficult.

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[edit] "Shaw is confident enough to dub the behavior sleep because the inactive flies do not respond quickly to disruptions from the outside world--in this case to big pulses of sound from a boombox. Flies that are awake respond to all pulses of sound; sleeping flies respond only to the loud ones.

theconversation.com/curious-kids-where-do-flies-sleep-92175

Flies are just like us – they spend the entire day buzzing around with their friends and get pretty tired at bedtime. Before sunset, a sleepy fly will try and find a safe place to rest. Some ...

www.nytimes.com/2011/06/07/science/07qna.html

Q. Where do flies go at night? In summer in Australia, flies are everywhere in the daytime but seem to disappear at night. A. Most species of flies, with mosquitoes one notable exception, are ...

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Flies do not sleep. At night, they will find a spot to perch forthe night and rest until day time. Flies are not able to see atnight, therefore are not as active as they are during the day.

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www.bbc.com/earth/story/20150204-flies-can-be-active-all-year

'Where do flies go in winter?' is a classic wildlife question, but there are over 7,000 species of flies in the British Isles, and although we may not notice the smallest ones, many of them remain ...

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Flies do not sleep. At night, they will find a spot to perch forthe night and rest until day time. Flies are not able to see atnight, therefore are not as active as they are during the day.