It depends on the type of whale. Since whales live underwater, they must navigate ark and murky places. They rely on echolocation, or using sound waves to locate objects, to navigate in these areas.
Toothed whales are believed to have acute vision both in and out of the water. Studies have shown that killer whales are able to visually distinguish between objects most of the time.
Baleen whales’ eyes are made to work best in low-light conditions deep in the ocean. They are shortsighted when out of the water.
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