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Bryson Voirin’s blog in the NYT

Bryson VoirinBryson Voirin, a long-standing TREE Foundation research associate who has devoted much of his research career to sloth ecology, now has a blog in the Scientists at Work section of the New York Times website.

Below are links to his first two entries. You can view all his blog posts here.

Why Do Animals Sleep?
By BRYSON VOIRIN
Published: March 18, 2011
Researchers studying sleep in wild animals started with a surprisingly difficult subject: the three-toed sloth.

Scientist at Work: Arriving in Panama to a Series of Games
By BRYSON VOIRIN
Published: March 11, 2011
Scientists travel to Panama’s Isla Iguana to study whether frigate birds sleep while flying long distances.