Do We See What They See?

It’s possible cats live in a world of color of which we are only dimly aware.

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Cats can see better than we can in the dim light of dawn and dusk, but the anatomy of their eyes puts them at a color deficit. Like a colorblind person, they are not good at distinguishing red from green because their eyes don’t have the number or types of cones to differentiate those hues. […]
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