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Working out how animals see the world

Most people know that dogs and cats see the world in monochrome but plenty of animals see a world filled with colour.

Researchers at the Queensland University are using trained fish to understand how animals perceive colour.

Dr. Karen Cheney from the Queensland Brain Institute tells Mark the research will not only help understand how animals see colour, but why many animals are the colours they are.

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