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The phenomenon of sleeping with just one eye closed was most recently discovered in Wahlberg’s epauletted fruit bats (Epomophorus wahlbergi), but also occurs in marine mammals such as common porpoises, bottlenose dolphins and some seals as well as in many birds including domestic chickens, mallards and Humboldt …Apr 28, 201

While it sleeps, a gazelle keeps one eye open and the other tightly closed.[Song of Songs Rabbah 8:14] SONG OF SONGS RABBAH, aggadic Midrash on the Song of *Songs, the product of Palestinian amoraim. Preuss, Julius. Biblical and Talmudic Medicine (p. 72). Jason Aronson, Inc.. Kindle Edition.Share