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Do bunnies see colors like humans do?

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2011-11-21 22:57:49
2011-11-21 22:57:49

No. Research indicates that they do have some ability to distinguish between different colors (specifically between blue and green), but they do not see colors "the same way humans do"... except, possibly, for humans with certain kinds of color blindness.

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