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Why can't we see in the dark?



Your Answer
A

because eyes don't work in dark

Correct Answer
B

because there is no light to reflect from the objects

Your Answer
C

both A & B

Your Answer
D

power of eye is reduced


Solution

The correct option is D

because there is no light to reflect from the objects


We can see objects in the presence of light because the objects reflect off the light into our eyes. Therefore, our eyes need light to see.

In dark, there is no light to reflect from an object, so we cannot see things around us.

Some animals like cats and owls can see better in the dark because the pupils of their eyes can open wider and receive more light than our eyes can.

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