The Science Of How Eyes Glow In The Dark
When we see animals' eyes in photos, nature films, flashlight beams, and headlights we see them shining back at us — but human eyes only glow bright red in photos. What causes the shine ... but it does so just a little differently than it came in.
Maine man killed in collision with moose on I-95
... of moose at night because the dark-colored animals can be hard to see and their height means their eyes do not reflect car headlights. Moose sometime dart into the road during the summer to escape insects and are especially active at night, police said.
These stunning moose photos are a must-see
She’s rescuing dogs headed for euthanasia, giving them tender love and training, and watching the pride of accomplishment shine in their eyes ... without her dogs, she does like to stop and admire them. How about you? Are you moose-savvy?
Summer Nights: Moosin’ in the North Country
Blake said, as she pulled off to shine her light into the middle of the woods. With remote-controlled headlights, Blake was “looking for eyeballs.” A moose’s eyes reflect light ... the car and the people inside. Blake does not hunt, but she has ...
In search of ponies: Cat tracking sounds purrfect
Then there are the random feather piles left behind in gardens and yards, the glowing green eyes that shine under headlights at night and the shadowy ... satisfying their curiosity and doing whatever it is cats do. Their elusive, secretive ways are almost ...