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How is someone's vision if in a dark place?

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Dr. William Goldstein
Ophthalmology

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Our eyes have special cells called rods that activate in the dark.
These cells adapt and allow vision in the dark, but do not allow color vision.

In brief: Black and white

Our eyes have special cells called rods that activate in the dark.
These cells adapt and allow vision in the dark, but do not allow color vision.
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