Pay attention if you make daytime nocturnal sightings of animals


Would you make a mental note if you noticed a nocturnal animal out in the daytime? It might be a good idea.

Nocturnal animals are those that usually sleep during the day and are more active at night. It has been noticed that when there are daytime sightings of these animals, these events my foretell an upcoming seismic event. None of these signals are absolute indicators, yet when many warning signs start to overlap, it may be time to take action steps toward being prepared for a shaker, and possibly for some kind of an emergency or disaster.

I’ve seen a raccoon out during the day and wondered if they are nocturnal. Living in the northwest, we don’t have any Nine-banded Armadillo in the daytime or at night. Off the top of my head (with a little help from Google) the nocturnals we do have locally include bats, cats, cougar, coyote, mice, rats, opossum, rabbits, skunks, deer, and others. This led me to wonder what the list of nocturnal animals looks like. Where you are determins which animals would be a signal. Wikipedia has a list of nocturnal animals you may want to review.




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