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  1. Up to a certain limit – �yes, you can train your eyes by staying in the dark for a long time, wearing dark glasses, etc. But the ability to see in the dark is due to organic reasons, this is not developed by training. It's all about the number of light-sensitive cones and rods inside them. And it depends on how wide the “diaphragm” of your eyes can open – the pupil. In a cat at night, it expands much more and a cat has 350 thousand rods per square millimeter of the retina, compared to 80-150 thousand in humans.

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