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13 Examples of how animals see the world - Magical Tip

13 Examples of how animals see the world

We are so used to the way we see the world, that we do not even imagine that anyone could see it otherwise. But what about animals? Of course, in theory, we know, for example, that snakes see heat or that red tissue does not cause a bull. That said, we stick to the theory, but we do not know exactly what is happening in reality.

MagicalTip tells you how animals see exactly the same image, according to studies conducted by scientists.


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Rodents do not see anything beyond 15 cm. At the same time, they better distinguish moving objects, whereas they only see stationary objects at short distances. For example, a rodent may feel the movement of a hand 10-15 meters away from him, and quickly save himself, but he is unable to spot a still person in front of him.

#2. Snake

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Snakes can distinguish between heat and cold. This allows them to find food at any time of the day. In addition, they have two types of vision: during the day, the one that reacts to the movements, and at night, the one that identifies the heat. Thus, if their “lunch” does not move, they will go straight ahead.


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In all insects with compound eyes, visual acuity depends directly on the number of facets (3000 to 25000 depending on the species). For example, a fly has about 4000, and yet she sees very badly. For her, the world is made up of pieces, just like a mosaic, because each facet perceives only part of the image.

The fly can clearly distinguish the blinking of the light at a frequency of 300 Hz, while the frequency limit for the human eye is 50 Hz. That’s why, when you try to kill a fly with a newspaper, it sees in slow motion, and can go away without fearing anything. Sorry.

#4. Butterflies and bees

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Butterflies do not see very well, but they can perceive ultraviolet light, invisible to humans. Through this, they can see patterns on flowers and plants that we are unable to distinguish.

#5. Turtle

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La vue des tortues n’est pas du tout bonne, mais elles peuvent reconnaître les couleurs. Leurs yeux sont plus sensibles à la partie rouge-jaune du spectre, tandis qu’elles ne peuvent pas distinguer les tonalités bleu-mauve.

#6. Jumping spider

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So far, scientists are not sure if snails see and how good their eyesight is. Some say that these mollusks are completely blind. Others think that snails can see close up, but from afar only see light and shade.

#7. Snail

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So far, scientists are not sure if snails see and how good their eyesight is. Some say that these molluscs are completely blind. Others think that snails can see close up, but from afar only see light and shade.

#8. Cow

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Yes, for cows, the grass is not green. These animals usually only see the red and orange tones, so for them, the world of colors is very limited.

#9. Horse

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The horse sees the world in black and white. It compensates for the lack of color with a wide range of gray tones, much wider than the ones a person can distinguish.

Since horses’ eyes are very separate from each other, they see two different “halves” of the world around them.

#10. Chameleon

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The chameleon has the most complex eyes in the world. He can see both what’s happening in front of him and what’s going on behind his back, thanks to the fact that his eyes can rotate independently of each other.

#11. Frog

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The frog sees only objects that move. In addition, she will try to catch an object that is small but will flee from something bigger than her. Thus, if an insect or worm does not move, the poor will not see it and may die of starvation although surrounded by food.

#12. Eagle

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According to some, raptors have significant visual acuity. What’s more, the leader of this group is the eagle, and rightly so. This majestic animal can not only see at a long distance, but also perceive the world brighter and clearer than man. In addition, his eye can see two objects at a time.

#13. Thrush

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The thrush has two yellow spots at a time (areas where visual acuity is most effective at the retina), which allows her to enlarge the image, so that her eyes function as binoculars.

In addition, the eyes of the thrush can simultaneously focus on the potential food and the predator that approaches it. Thus, a hunting cat has almost no chance.

Naturally, these are just some versions of how animals can see the world. But we are sure that, sooner or later, scientists will be able to elucidate all the mysteries existing on this subject.

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