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Birds See In More ‘Color’ Than

Published on in “Science”, language — English. 8 pages.
Human eyes are relatively effective at ‘seeing’ colors. The cells required to do so, known as cone cells, are packed into our retinas in great perfusion. Therefore, we can convert light that bounces off the objects around us into the various colors that they represent. https://www.evolving-science.com/information-communication/avian-eye-light-00912 More
Human eyes are relatively effective at ‘seeing’ colors. The cells required to do so, known as cone cells, are packed into our retinas in great perfusion. Therefore, we can convert light that bounces off the objects around us into the various colors that they represent. https://www.evolving-science.com/information-communication/avian-eye-light-00912 More
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