Snake's Eyesight Improves When Threatened

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A snake’s vision is not very acute, so they mostly use their tongue to sense their surroundings and help them navigate. According to a new study from the University of Waterloo in Canada when the non-venomous coachwhip species of snake feels threatened, less blood flows to their eyes so they can see better and control their vision.