Light that is invisible to humans may make hunters 'glow' in the eyes of deer November 23, 2014 Pennsylvania

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Light that is invisible to humans may make hunters 'glow' in the eyes of deer  November 23, 2014 Pennsylvania, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
...  in 2013, researchers at the University of Georgia focused on aspects of ultraviolet perception in white-tailed deer... deer cone cells absorb light from the lower blue spectrum, which humans cannot see, and pass those signals to the brain, which interprets the object in some form of blue...  UV light that humans can't see. But the deer can see it, and to them it probably glows blue ..


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