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No. Jellyfish do not have eyes, so they cannot "see."
White light is a mixture of different frequencies, that are within the range of light our eyes can see.
you can see the white skin and brown eyes
your eyes make you see all the coors and not black and white
Light is made up of all the colours in the spectrum (rainbow). We see white objects because the white is reflected off the object and into our eyes.
Yes. But most of the time when they are white they have red eyes orsometimes called pink eyes and if they have a black/brownish tail they can have black eyes. Just depends
So ladybugs have white eyes that makes them see better than other animals. i guess their eyes are white to scare away their prays.
they cant see b/c of their eyes.:p
Yes. Guinea Pigs can see in color.
Someone flashing a torch in front of them
its called entoptic phenomenon