In our fast-paced world, it's always nice to spend a day on the couch to relax. But for many animals, every day is a lazy day, with some spending only a few hours awake!

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The Blue Tongue Pygmy Lizard is incredibly elusive and it was believed at one point to be extinct. Native to Australia, it lives in the burrows of spiders and feeds on passing insects.

It does not actively catch its prey, preferring to stay in the burrow with its head turned towards the entrance, waiting for something to fall there. They don't even come out to drink, instead relying on the raindrops and dew that form around the burrow opening.

As lazy as their lifestyle may seem, it is mostly a form of avoidance from predators.

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Nothing says laziness better than laying your eggs in other birds' nests, so you don't have to take care of them, and that's exactly what cuckoos do!

Rather than taking on the demands of parenthood, they leave their eggs in the nests of other species, such as robins and warblers, letting them raise their demanding chicks on their own, a tactic known as parasitism. broods.

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Since many species of sharks have to keep swimming to breathe, they wouldn't be found lazy, but the nurse shark is another matter.

They don't migrate like many other species and spend most of their time lying on the seabed, an activity made possible by the fact that they can actively pump water over their gills. Not needing to eat a lot to maintain their lifestyle, they spend much of the day sleeping and hunting fish, shellfish and crustaceans at night.

But they are not known for their hunting skills and feed by sucking up their prey.

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Giant pandas are well known for their clumsy and lethargic nature. They sleep about ten hours a day, about three hours a day, and nap just about anywhere. When awake, they spend most of their time eating.

Their favorite food, bamboo, is low in nutrients, so they need to consume around 20kg per day to get what they need. With so much they sleep and eat, it's no wonder they don't do much else!

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Also known as the thorny anteater, the echidna moves very slowly and sleeps about 12 hours a day. Their body temperature is low for a mammal and they cannot pant or sweat, which means they have to fight warmer temperatures.

They are generally more active at night and likely sleep all day to avoid the heat of the Australian sun.

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Pythons are slow animals that tend to be quite inactive. They normally sleep up to 18 hours a day and get tired quickly. When they digest food, which happens once a week when they are eating, they sleep more.

And, before molting, which takes a lot of energy, they can sleep for a week to prepare.

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Hippos have really mastered the art of lazing around and sleeping 16-20 hours a day.

On land, you'll often see them basking in the sun and napping together in large groups, but they don't just sleep on dry land; they take a nap in the water and even manage to rise to the surface to breathe while taking a nap.

Hippos are herbivores and feed primarily at night. They can spend five hours at a stretch grazing on grass, which is impressive.

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Opossums are sleep champions, benefiting from an impressive 18-20 hours of sleep per day.

They move incredibly slowly, and once they find a place that provides them with the food and shelter they need, they stay, choosing to move only when absolutely necessary.

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When people think of the word "lazy," sloths are often one of the first animals that come to mind, and it's not surprising.

They sleep up to 20 hours a day and are known to be extremely slow. They live in the tropical rain forests of South America and spend most of their time hanging from tree branches, moving only when necessary.

Sometimes it takes them several hours to do anything, after which they usually get a little more rest.

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Koalas are known for their laziness and ability to sleep, spending only two to six hours a day awake.

Their diet, however, is responsible for their drowsiness. Eucalyptus leaves contain toxins, are very high in fiber and therefore require a lot of energy to digest.

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