There was a post that I read and I can personally relate that I was so much interested in.Joanna Whitter<Charles Best>post on 'Can bats see?' I really researched on it an found that Bats hunt in the dark using echolocation, meaning they use echoes of self-produced sounds bouncing off objects to help them navigate. But that doesn't mean that bats can't see.Well, bats aren't almost blind.
Apart from poorer color vision, their visual acuity is pretty similar to ours.Bats have small eyes with very sensitive vision, which helps them see in conditions we might consider pitch black. They don't have the sharp and colorful vision humans have, but they don't need that.Bats Are Not Blind. The truth is that a lot of bats species can see and often their vision is pretty good, although not as excellent as many other night-hunting animals. ...
They actually rely on their daylight vision and cannot fly during moonless nights.Bats are largely nocturnal, meaning they are most active after sundown. Specifically, little brown bats emerge from their dark roosts two-to-three hours after dusk to feed.
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