Biology, asked by jeuti, 2 days ago

What is the tapetum?


Answered by Greatlife16
It is a reflective layer of the choroid in the eyes of many animals, causing them to shine in the dark.

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Answered by ak8648942


The tapetum lucidum from Latin for "bright tapestry; coverlet", is a layer of tissue in the eye of many vertebrates. ... The tapetum lucidum contributes to the superior night vision of some animals.

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