Have you ever wondered how your pet sees the world?
A new study out of Duke University examined and compared hundreds of species by sharpness of their sight. It found that most animal species can’t see as much detail as humans. The scientists measured the visual acuity of animals by examining the anatomy of their eyes and observing behavioral tests.
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