How do nocturnal animals see

How do nocturnal animals see
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  • Owls have 14 vertebrae in their necks which allow them to turn their head more than 270 degrees because they can't move their eyes.
  • Bats are atually not blind. Over a 1000 bat species can see quite well. Eventhough,many of them still use echolocation.
  • Wombats see the things close to them very clearly but they see a blurred image of whats in the distance.
  •   Mice have really bad eyesight which is why they bump into everyhing. They also can't see a few colors. Mice see moving objects best.
  • Hedgehogs,  have a limited eyesight which allows them to see outlines of objects and only shades of brown.
  • Hunting spiders (species) have excellent vision, but the spiders that wait for prey use vibrations to sense their prey.
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