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  • noun The condition or habit of being active at night.


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nocturnal +‎ -ity


  • Evolution of nocturnality in bats: potential competitors and predators during their early history.

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  • Now taking on increasingly monstrous qualities, a vampire-likeness of achieved full nocturnality, even the sleeper finds his dreams inhabited.

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  • It's not as easy as you might think, what with the nocturnality and so on.

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  • "We are just now understanding the nocturnality of many creatures," says Chad Moore, Night Sky Program manager with the National Park Service.

  • The differences between phyla are particularly difficult to understand, while differences within smaller group sometimes correrelate with territory-size, burrowing vs. surface nesting, diurnality vs. nocturnality, or sedentary vs. migratory life history.

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