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Firsh says

I have a site which is only one page. I have a menu, and it scrolls up and down. And I’m getting a lot of 0:00 length visits in google analytics. How could I know the real number? Any suggestions?

This special case also results in like almost 100% bounce rate because there are very few out links. So it might not be actual bounce.

it can be bounced visits, that is a visitor come to one page on your site and then leave. since GA tracks with javascript, it can only tell the length of a visit after a user go to other page of your site (e.g. page 2 visit time – page 1 visit time = visit length)

Maybe some custom events on the menu?