Does anyone know? That seems like a good way to end up as midnight snack
Well at least with mine, they do follow this as well when sleeping. They always seem to be at the end or near the end of a branch when sleeping.According to David Attenborough they sleep at the tips of branches, so it's very few predators which could actually get them.
To start, we must clarify, and ask not what is the benefit, but why has this trait remained, when it would seem to make them stand out, in a compromising position?Oooo thats a great link, thanks! I wasn't asking how though, I was asking why. Whats the benefit to being bright at night?