NIGHT OWLS, ER, ANIMALS
A considerable number of animals have become nocturnal due to human activity, a study from the University of Berkeley found. Covering 62 species from around the world, the study concluded that animals that live near humans shifted their active hours from day to night. Factors that may have contributed to this include fear of humans, pollution, and food availability. This is a wakeup call for humans to be more considerate of their furry friends and the environment we all share.