How Animals See the World

April 10, 2012 | By

The human eye is pretty amazing, but there are some things it cannot do such as see ultraviolet light or detect images at a great distance. The visual capabilities on non-human creatures can help to open our eyes to the possibilities beyond our limited sight. This infographic looks at vision from some animal’s point of view.

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How Animals See the World


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Comments (3)

  1. Rose

    Over all, a really cool graphic, and well laid out.

    Unfortunately, you’ve switched the UV and infrared wavelengths. You stated infrared goes from 10nm to 400 nm, which is actually the UV range, and stated UV as going from 700 nm to 1 mm, which is actually the infrared range.

  2. Santiago

    Simply amazing…

  3. eric

    and you also said humans can only see wavelengths between 400 and 525nm… you meant 380 to 740