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Where does Mowgli sleep?
Most likely Mowgli will sleep most often between his wolf brothers, there are however some other places we can find in the Disney animated film version of the Jungle Book and also in the original stories by Rudyard Kipling.
For a long hour Mowgli lay back among the coils, while Kaa, his head motionless on the ground, thought of all that he had seen and known since the day he came from the egg. The light seemed to go out of his eyes and leave them like stale opals, and now and again he made little stiff passes with his head, right and left, as though he were hunting in his sleep. Mowgli dozed quietly, for he knew that there is nothing like sleep before hunting, and he was trained to take it at any hour of the day or night.
In Disney's The Jungle Book (animated movie 1967)...
Bagheera and Mowgli sleeping in a tree
Mowgli in Kaa's Coils
Mowgli above his hammock
Fan art by Richard “Kuroku” Palmer (from the Wild at Heart site)