Fish use UV light to distinguish faces

Thursday, February 25, 2010 - 16:42 in Biology & Nature

While we might use eye color and hairstyle to tell people apart, some fish species rely on ultraviolet light patterns of faces to distinguish one species from another, a new study finds. Fish - Species - Ultraviolet - Biology - Zoology

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