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www.livescience.com/32114-can-snakes-see-well.html

With the exception of a few species that have adapted to daytime hunting, most snakes do not see well. Generally they can see shapes but not details. This poor eyesight probably owes to their ...

animals.howstuffworks.com/snakes/snake1.htm

Hearing - Although snakes are not equipped with outer ears like people, sound waves from the air hit their skin and are transferred from muscle to bone. When the sound reaches the ear bone beneath the skull, it sends vibrations to the inner ear, and the sound is processed by the brain. Sight - Snakes do not see colors, but their eyes are equipped with a combination of light receptors: rods ...

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Most snakes can see, but different species of snakes see in different levels of detail. Some snakes even have a second form of sight using specially evolved receptors to detect heat. Most underground snakes have poor vision, usually just enough to tell the difference between light and dark.

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Snakes generally don't see well, period, but rely more on theirinfrared detection--the pits in their faces under their eyes. Go. science math history literature technology health law business All ...

www.answers.com/Q/How_do_snakes_see_the_world

Snakes don't really see but they do see shapes. They cansee well in the dark because they can sense heat waves. ... Snakes generally don't see well, period, but rely more on theirinfrared ...

www.quora.com/How-do-snakes-see

Snakes see through their eyes for starters. Moving further than the obvious snakes also see heat. For example a snake will see a mouse as a blob of heat scurrying around. This is also why you aren’t supposed to feed pet snakes dead animals. Some p...

www.biosphereonline.com/2016/09/06/snake-vision-what-do-snakes-see

Some snakes hunt by day, some by night. The eyes of these diurnal and nocturnal hunters have adapted to the visual challenges each lifestyle faces, and ultraviolet (UV) light plays an important part. Whilst snake eye anatomy has been well studied for many years, recent techniques to understand vertebrate vision has focused on mammals, birds […]

phys.org/news/2010-03-scientists-reveal-snakes-night.html

Scientists reveal how snakes 'see' at night. by Marlowe Hood . Scientists revealed Sunday for the first time how some snakes can detect the faint body heat exuded by a mouse a metre (three feet ...

www.livescience.com/32235-can-snakes-smell-anything.html

Most snakes have an excellent sense of smell, in part to make up for their poor eyesight and limited hearing. Snakes do their best sniffing, not with their conventional nose (though they do smell ...

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There's a lot more going on than snake razzberries or just "smelling", especially when the tongue goes back in the snake's mouth. So, here are 10 facts about how a snake can smell: 1. Snakes lack an outer ear and eardrum, they can't focus their eyes well, and their sense of touch is limited (think hard scales).