Aiden asked in Science & MathematicsZoology · 8 months ago

Do some animals notice the stars?

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  • John
    Lv 4
    7 months ago

    You.people are just full of self whorship ain't cha?

    Here. In YOUR bible it states the creator created the animals first then man.

    Man was given free will. 

    MAN sees the stars.

    ANIMALS see the creator.

    Obviously because its what your taught in almost every religion on the planet.

    Now YOU know one word when you look at 'stars' because in your stupid arrogance you think you named them. Look up the word in the dictionary. See what and who supposedly "thought" of the "word" "stars"?

    Oh men (and women) did according to you.

    But animals know who created them, they are not blinded by you greedy little selfishness are they?

    And you hate that don't you. It makes you want to kill them doesn't it?

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  • 8 months ago

    Yes, The wolf is always notice the stars.

    And another animal is Human who always waiting for Aliens.

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  • Anonymous
    8 months ago

    Me basset hound puppy stargazes every night. 

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  • 8 months ago

    yes, they use the light to move around by

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  • 8 months ago

    A great many do, even the wee insect sort. Moths navigate by moon and starlight.

    Same reason a dung beetle will move its ball of dung straight back to its home.

    One fascinating thing observing them, no moon, they can get lost.

    With moon, they navigate in a straight line irregardless of obstacles. They will push a ball of dung over a boulder rather than around it.

    Moths get confused with artificial lights like porch lights and street lights, ever notice them buzzing round and round a light, hey are lost.

    Bats are far from blind, they navigate to their roost with stars and moonlight.

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  • 8 months ago

    Some migratory bird species navigate by the stars.

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  • JimZ
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    8 months ago

    They certainly notice them as they notice the big bright star (the sun) in the day.  Humans are a type of animal, but I'm sure you mean non-human animals.  Many animals don't have as sharp of vision as humans.  Their vision is typically more peripheral (a bigger field of vision) but it less precise.  It may be hard for most of them to focus on any particular star like we can.  Most mammals are nocturnal with good night vision and would depend on the stars for their much of sight at night.  

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  • 8 months ago

    Most animals don't even look up. That is why hunting from tree stands is favored by hunters.

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  • 8 months ago

    Shakespeare once said the stars are made of ice, thus the night is cold.

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  • Will
    Lv 7
    8 months ago

    Yes, but they don't understand what they are like we do. They just register them as specks of light in the sky. The moon however has been linked to certain patterns of behavior.

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