BEDTIME STORIES PRESENTS: "Goodnight, Animals" Read by Bestselling Author, KIDS LOVE IT!! :D

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Bedtime Stories Presents: Goodnight, Animals
Cuddle Up With the Cute
By Peter Nigel Estes
Copyright 2014
A lynx has cute little tufts of fur on its ears, and big paws that help it stalk its prey in the snow. Hunting all night is tough work, and a lynx will cuddle up in a tree, or in a small cave during the day, and sleep until night time. Sweet dreams, lynx...
When you are at the top of the food chain, you can sleep wherever you want to! Lions don't need to worry about other animals trying to hurt them, so they can sleep all day. ...up to 20 hours if they feel like it! Good night, lion king.
Chameleons spend their days roaming around on the ground, looking for food, but at night they like to curl up in a tree, or a bush, away from any predators that might be lurking nearby. A chameleon will sleep for about 12 hours each day.
Sweet dreams, cute chameleon...
I can HEAR you! This adorable little desert fox has special ears that help him hear signs of danger, even when they are snug in their dens sound asleep. Desert foxes are nocturnal, which means they stay awake all night long, hunting and playing outside while it's not so hot, and sleep during the day. Sleep well, desert fox...
Where big polar bears live, they don't have day and night like we do... In the Arctic, the sun doesn't shine all winter, and it's never dark during summer! Polar bears will take long naps, stretched out in the snow, and sometimes, the snow will cover them up for days while sleeping. Sleep tight, beautiful polar bear...
A jaguar says, "goodnight" when everyone else says, "good morning." That is because a jaguar is a "nocturnal" animal. These type of animals will sleep all day, and hunt all night, when they can hide better in the shadows. Sleep tight, jaguar...
Koala bears are very sleepy animals. They will sleep for. 16 hours a day! That's more than half of their life asleep. They like to lounge in the branches of a eucalyptus tree, high up where they can stay safe, and away from danger. Sleep tight, koala bear
Meerkats just love to be close to one another. They fall asleep, all nestled together, deep in the long burrows that they dig in the dessert ground. They will even share their den with other animals, like mongoose and squirrels! Sleep tight, cute meerkat...
Cute, cuddly pandas are very good at sleeping. They like to curl up on a warm rock, and take long naps. Sleeping helps the panda to digest all of the bamboo that he eats all day long. Sweet dreams, sleepy panda...
Baby ducklings are so innocent and cute. The mama duck has to keep a close eye on her babies while they sleep, to make sure that no predators can get to them. The baby ducklings know that they can sleep safely with mama nearby. Sweet dreams, little duckling..
Adorable otters will swim and play most of the day, and when it comes time for a good night's sleep, they will wrap themselves up in a kelp bed, and float with their families. Goodnight, otter.
Cheetahs are the fastest land animal on earth, but when it comes to sleeping, they really know when to slow down. Cheetahs will take naps in the heat of the day, and at night, they will sleep and sleep... up to 13 hours each day! A favorite sleeping place is in trees, or on warm rocks. Goodnight, cheetah...
A kangaroo sleeps the day away in the warm sun, and goes out to graze on plants, when it's cooler during the night. Kangaroos mostly sleep on their side like people do, but they are also known to doze off while standing. Goodnight, kangaroo...
A perfect spot for a "cat-nap." Cats just love to sleep. In fact, they sleep more than almost any other mammal! Sleeping up to 16 hours a day, cats are famous for sleeping, and cute little kittens need even MORE sleep! Sleep tight, kitty
Elephant seals just love to flop down on warm beaches, or tuck themselves away in big rocks, and sleep. An elephant seal can hold its breath for up to two hours, and will stop breathing entirely while they sleep. Sometimes they'll even fall asleep swimming! Goodnight, elephant seal...
Red pandas, like this cute fellow, will sleep most of the day, with their fluffy tail curled around their head. This keeps them warm in the cool mountain air where they live.
Sweet dreams, red panda...
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