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Animals see the world in different colors than humans - new camera reveals what this looks like
by Vera Vasas and Daniel Hanley, The Conversation
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29 January 2024
On 29 January 2024 The Conversation reported:
If you've ever wished you could see the world though the eyes of another animal, we have good news for you. We also wondered about that and, being scientists who specialize in color vision, have created a solution: a camera system and software package that allows you to record videos in animal-view colors. Many animals, including bees, birds, and even mammals like reindeer and mice can perceive ultraviolet light.
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