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Feature May 2014 Issue

New Research on Feline  Vision

New Research on Feline Vision

Experts now believe that cats can see into the ultraviolet spectrum, which means that they can see some things that we canít. Scientists discovered a long time ago that birds, fish and insects can perceive a wider range of light and color than human beings; but the new research extends the list to cats, dogs and certain other mammals, according to a study published in the Proceedings of the Royal Society B. Ö

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