EVER WONDER HOW WELL SOME OTHER CRITTERS SEE COMPARED TO HUMANS?

DOGS: A dog’s vision mostly detects browns, blues and yellows. They have fewer color-detecting cells in the retina and cannot differentiate between as many colors. Their peripheral field of vision is approximately 250 degrees compared to the human field of about 180 degrees. A dog’s visual acuity is around 20/50 compared to our ideal 20/20. Which means a dog would probably not pass a driver’s vision test! CATS: Cats are mostly able to detect browns, blues and yellows, similar to dogs. They have a field of vision of around 200 degrees which again, is better than humans. Their visual acuity at a distance comes in around 20/75….definitely failing a drivers vision test! But their night v

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