Science explains why humans may never see the world through a hummingbird's eyes

Friday, January 6, 2017 - 06:31 in Biology & Nature

Hummingbirds don’t see the world like you or me. And it turns out they don’t see it in the same way as any other known bird, mammal or reptile, either. In a study published Thursday in Current Biology, scientists reveal that the humming bird’s pea-sized brain processes visual cues in a way that...

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