According to Thomas Cronin at the University of Maryland, animals see things rather differently from human beings. Not really a surprise but it’s worth your time to see what that actually looks like as a human being. Cronin studies visual physiology. Through his research, it has been determined that certain animals see the world in a certain way. I guess the best way to determine the visual experience of an animal would be to base that experience on visuals.
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