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Question by hunterD. Uploaded on October 19, 2010
Yes, but they reflect the light like a deer when a car goes by at night.
They dont glow, they just reflect the light.
They are red sometimes when we see them spotlighting
ALL animals eyes reflect in the dark.
I thought maybe bears because they are black and harder to see. Just wondering because I have heard big animals get up and run/walk away many times when I walk to my tree stand early in the morning and not see anything with a flash light.
They don't glow. They do what all animal eyes do, reflect light.
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