Do Animals See Colors?

Although there’s no way to truly know if animals actually see colors, scientists have examined the cones inside their eyes and guessed what colors they might see. There are special tests to figure this out. The results from these tests and many experiments have shown that animals can see colors. But different animals have different kinds of color vision. While some animals can’t see many colors have poor color vision, some animals have amazing color vision. They can even see colors that are not detected by human eyes.

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