This skill helps them catch their prey. Most cats and dogs will have difficulty finding still objects close to them, but they can spot subtle movement for up to a half-mile.
While humans field of view is about 180 degrees, our furry friends' field of vision is past 200 degrees. However, the field of view differs depending on the breed.
Animals can see better in dim light because their eyes have more rods than ours, meaning they need less illumination to form a usable picture.
The other senses of cats and dogs compensate for their visual limitations.
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