How Do Animals Respond to a Total Solar Eclipse?
Briefly

They did their entire evening routine and nighttime routine and morning routine, all in the span of about four minutes, says Hartstone-Rose, a biologist now at North Carolina State University.
It's a pretty hard system to study because eclipses don't happen that often, Johnson says. On average, any given place on Earth sees a total solar eclipse just once every 375 years—hardly something to build a career around, Johnson says.
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