Can Cats See in the Dark?

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Cats can not see in total darkness. However, cats can see much better than humans and various other animals in semidarkness. This is due to the formation of a cats eyes. You can find more information here: http://www.peteducation.com/article.cfm?c=1+2174&aid=1116
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Cats have a special layer of cells at the back of thier retinas called the tapetum ludicum. In near darkness cats eyes collect what light there is and give their retina a second chance
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Some people believe that cats have night vision to help them see in the dark, and can see better in darkness than in light. i think that cats can see better in the dark for there
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Well they can't actually see if there is no light at all. In very poor light a cat's pupils dilate [they get bigger]. This means that more light gets into the eye. Remember that eyes
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