Can Snakes See?

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Snakes do see but they have limited view of their surroundings since they are ground crawlers. However, some species of snakes have well developed eyes and majority of them have stereoscopic vision. Alternatively, snakes have one of the most acute senses of hearing by using ground vibration.
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Most snakes can see but not very well. They can see shapes but not details. There are a few species that are known to hunt during the day and have better eyesight.
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