The first species found to have color vision at night was the elephant hawkmoth. A researcher in Sweden published evidence in 2002 that the spectacular moth could see colors at night.
But now the list is growing, according to the BBC. It includes some geckos and rare species of lemurs, among them the aye-aye, a nocturnal lemur "that hasn't come out in the daytime for millions of years."
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