Do We See What They See?

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

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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