Tapetum lucidum

Tapetum lucidum

Tapetum lucidum - Wikipedia  Odd-eyed cat with eyeshine, plus red-eye effect in one eye

Tapetum lucidum - Wikipedia Odd-eyed cat with eyeshine, plus red-eye effect in one eye

Eyeshine from the tapetum lucidum of a cat

Eyeshine from the tapetum lucidum of a cat

Tapetum lucidum by kyuubifred.deviantart.com on @DeviantArt

Tapetum lucidum by kyuubifred.deviantart.com on @DeviantArt

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Tapetum Lucidum exists in many species.

Tapetum Lucidum exists in many species.

Tapetum lucidum seen in a deer

Tapetum lucidum seen in a deer

Tapetum Lucidum Art Print by Laura Racero - $17.68

Tapetum Lucidum Art Print

Tapetum Lucidum Art Print by Laura Racero - $17.68

BRIGHT TAPESTRY (tapetum lucidum)

BRIGHT TAPESTRY (tapetum lucidum)

Which part of a dog's or a cat's eye reflects the light? A layer behind retina! Many vertebrates, especially nocturnal ones, have the reflecting layer called tapetum lucidum. It reflects the light back through the retina, increasing the amount of light available to the photoreceptors.

Which part of a dog's or a cat's eye reflects the light? A layer behind retina! Many vertebrates, especially nocturnal ones, have the reflecting layer called tapetum lucidum. It reflects the light back through the retina, increasing the amount of light available to the photoreceptors.

tapetum lucidum just imagine elf eyes doing this holy crap

tapetum lucidum just imagine elf eyes doing this holy crap

Tapetum Lucidum  Cats, dogs, and many nocturnal creatures appear to have glowing eyes because the back of their eyeballs include a special reflective layer called the tapetum lucidum.

Tapetum Lucidum Cats, dogs, and many nocturnal creatures appear to have glowing eyes because the back of their eyeballs include a special reflective layer called the tapetum lucidum.

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