It is possible to see in the dark. You can't see clearly but you can see a blured out line. Humans cannot actually see in the dark. We lack the reflective layer at the back of… our eyes that focuses what light there is back onto the retina. You can see this layer in any nocturnal animal -- that's why their eyes seem to shine in the darkness!
Your eyes basically sense light bouncing off stuff, so if there's no light, there's nothing for them to sense - we call that "dark".
There is a glow stick down in the well at Early poptropica village. You can use that to get the Golden Egg from the dark cave below Poptropica Towers. If you become trapped …in the dark cave below Poptropica Towers, you can try running left and right, because the exit to the Main Street sewer is to the right and down.
with your eyes... Humans cannot see in the dark without machinery and equipment. You can buy special night-vision goggles or use equipment like heat-sensitive cameras, but yo…u cannot actually see in the dark without them. night vision googles
Yes they ca see you should have learned that in 3rd grade or younger learning about animals but its OK if you didn't :)
yes you can it is because your eyes adventilly adjust to the to the darkness.
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Humans cannot see in the dark without special equipment. We do not have the special layer in our eyes to reflect light back onto our retinas that nocturnal animals have, so we… need more light to see. We just see dark blobs and blurs when we try, or total darkness.
Our pupils have a substance in them called Melanin which gives pigmentation to our eyes and gives us our sight. When people have dark eyes they have more Melanin in them, and …blue eyes have less Melanin so you cant see as well. It's very simple if you put more paint in water it'll be darker.
Cats are nocturnal and can a dogs eyesight in the dark is about the same as humans but maybe a little better depending on the breed
The special thing about their eyes is that they can see in both night and day. The raccoon is primarily a nocturnal animal. The raccoon's eyes have a little mirror in the back… of the eye. The light that comes during the night is absorbed by the raccoons eyes. Some light doesn't get absorbed. The mirror reflects the little light that doesn't get absorbed. When the light gets reflected the raccoons eyes have another chance to absorb it.
You have two types of light receptors, rods and cones. Rods register light, while cones register the colours of the light. However, cones require more light to work. When ther…e is little light, the cones do not activate as well. The rods still continue to activate, giving you the appearance of light, but not the colours making up that light.
The human eye requires light to be able discern shapes and colors. Nocturnal animals have a special layer in their eyes that reflects available light back onto their retina s…o they can see in much less light than we can. That's the part that seems to shine in the darkness when you see animal eyes "glowing."
Killer whales are one of the top predators in the sea. As a group, killer whales are known to eat fish, squid, seals, sea lions, penguins, even other whales but, keep in mind…, it would be difficult for a killer whale off the coast of California to eat a penguin. Killer whales eat the food (or prey) that's available to them. For example, a killer whale that lives in the northern Pacific can hunt harbor seals, California sea lions, and a variety of fish. A killer whale in the Antarctic could find Weddell seals, leopard seals, and penguins!
Ever. Human eyes are not built to see in the dark. We don't have that special layer in the back of our eyes to reflect light onto our retinas, like nocturnal animals do. The o…nly way people can "see" in the dark is by using special equipment like night-vision goggles.