It is said that you shouldn't judge another person before you see the world from their perspective. But have you ever wondered how animals see the world around us?
Some animals don't even see the same color specter as humans, some see motion in a completely different way, but this research will prove to you that they can see many things that humans can't. Take a look at an incredible world that exists beyond our perception.
Snakes are color blind, but they have great light receptors that pick up heat signatures. Check out how they see the world in the following picture.
Human Vision vs Snake Vision
This is how they see at night!
Unlike humans, birds can see ultraviolet light. They use it to spot the predators or to find mates.
Human Vision vs Bird Vision
When you look closely, you'll see that the difference is huge.
Contrary to popular belief, dogs are not color blind. The can detect blue, brown and yellow.
Human Vision vs Dog Vision
Compared to us, our furry little pals also have a wider peripheral vision.
Fish can detect red, green and blue, and some species can see ultraviolet as well.
Human Vision vs Fish Vision
Compared to us, they have no eyelids!
A rat's vision is blurry, and they can't detect red, but their eyes can move independently.
Human Vision vs Rat Vision
They see things much slower, so they move around much faster!
Flies have tiny lenses that help them see in slow motion. Thanks to these tiny lenses, they can also see ultraviolet light.
Human Vision vs Fly Vision
A fly has around three to six thousand lenses in each eye.
A cat's vision is protected by the inner eyelids. Just like dogs, their eyes can detect blue, brown and yellow.
Human Vision vs Cat Vision
They see a lot of details!
Sharks can see perfectly in the water but are color blind. They use their sense of smell to hunt.
Human Vision vs Shark Vision
Not scary at all, right?