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Posts tagged colorblind

December 1, 2008

 

Camoflauged cuttlefish on ocean bottom

Cuttlefish: Colorblind Masters of Camouflage

Clever cephalopods and colorblind camouflage champions---cuttlefish!

July 22, 2005

 

Women See More Color

Not only are 8% of men colorblind, but even compared to men who can distinguish between reds and greens, many women may live a more colorful existence. That’s because about 40% of women possess two types of so-called red cones, a key gene involved in enabling one to see the color red. Learn more on this Moment of Science.

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