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A Sight to Behold – Elephant Vision

In the eye of an elephant there are rod cells and cone cells, the same as there are in human eyes. These are two types of photoreceptor cells that are found in the retina. Cone cells are responsible for color vision and function the best in bright light while rod cells control the ability to see in dim light.

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