we see better in dimlight through the corner of eye. explain.

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Rod cells are photoreceptor cells present in retina of the eye that can function in less intense light or dim light and is situated everywhere in the eye, other than in centre. The centre of the eye has cone cell, which are adapted for bright light. So we are able to see better in dim light through the corner of the eye.
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