Biology

How do the retinas of the eyes of night-hunting animals differ from the retinas of animals that hunt during the daytime?. . A. They have fewer rod cells.. . B. They have more cone cells.. . C. They have fewer cone cells.. . D. They have more rod cells.


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Darryl750

2 years ago Comment

The retinas of the eyes of night-hunting animals have more rod cells compared to the retinas of animals that hunt during the daytime. I am hoping that this answer has satisfied your query about and it will be able to help you, and if you’d like, feel free to ask another question.