Where are rod cells and cone cells located in the retina?

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Rods and cones are located all over the retina in varying ratios. The fovea, or the part of the retina that is activated when you are focused on something, is full of cones, which allow for detail and color vision perception. Everywhere else, there are thousands of rods. These rods are located in the periphery and aren't good for color vision, but are good in low light conditions.

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