Owls 

Owls rule at night. They are well-suited to nocturnal hunting. Their feathers helped them soar in silence. A wild owl in its native surroundings is eerie, like a ghost.

Alligators

The alligator is nocturnal. It's typical of nocturnal animals. They have a highly reflecting coating in their eyes that allows them to see in the dark.

Bats

Echolocation helps bats navigate in the dark. They see with sound. Bats develop a mental image of their surroundings by producing and listening to high-frequency noises.

Sharks

As nighttime hunters, sharks have superb night vision. Sharks are visual predators, but not just. Sharks can smell and feel electric fields.

Cats

Few animals can compete with cats' night vision. Their pupils may open wide to collect light, and their eyes are specialised for night vision. They may have nighttime colour vision.

Tarsiers

Primate carnivores. Insects, lizards, snakes, and small birds. They hunt at night because their prey is. Large eyes help them see in the dark jungle.

Frogs

Frogs have huge eyes. Those eyes can see well at night. Many frogs are nocturnal by necessity. Their skin will dry out in the sun, which is fatal.

Pit vipers 

Pit vipers have heat-sensing pits on their faces to detect prey by body heat. Due to their particular sensibility, people discount their vision.

Cuttlefish

Colorful and intelligent, these squid & octopus siblings are popular. Night vision. Squid and octopus do. All these creatures hunt at night, hence they have large eyes.

Click Here