What if you could see in the dark? For some animals, abilities like this are part of life.
Animals use sight to hunt prey, avoid predators, and communicate. Their eyes work in the same basic way as human eyes do. Special cells in the eye collect light from the environment. These cells send signals to the brain, which creates the images we see.
The structure of an animal’s eyes affects how it views the world. So does the number of eyes that it has and where they are placed.
Read on to meet four animals with unique adaptations for vision. Their eyes let them see things no human could.