How come crocodiles and alligators can see in murky waters?
Crocodiles and alligators are able to see under water because they have an extra, transparent eyelid on each eye that closes over their eyes when they are underwater. They also have a very specialised retina (cells at the back of the eye) that enable them to see really well in the dark.
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