Whenever I find a horseshoe crab with its tail cut off (usually by a boat propeller), I use a sheep castrator and bands to attach a dowel as a prosthetic. It can now flip itself over when it gets turned upside-down.
David Marcus gives more examples and shows us how to de-gaslight people like Trump. That said, I'm one of the people who hope Trump wins the nomination (especially if it turns into a convention mess). I think Clinton will crush him in the general and that it will do enough damage down-ticket and to the GOP in general that it's worth the risk.
Why sleeping through the night may not be natural. Our ancestors usually slept in two intervals each night, rather than one that most people do now. I've slept in three or four each night through most of my life, waking up to eat or read in between intervals.
For some reason a giant water bug was crawling around inside my building. I picked it up and placed it in one of our freshwater exhibits. I discovered later that its bite is one of the most painful of any living insect, so I guess I lucked out. Here's one attacking a fish.