Human eyes detect only a very small band of the electromagnetic spectrum. However, some animals and insects see in higher and lower frequen

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Human eyes detect only a very small band of the electromagnetic spectrum. However, some animals and insects see in higher and lower frequency bands than humans do. For this discussion, first do some research to find three examples of animals or insects that see in higher or lower frequency bands.Then, in your initial discussion post, address the following:What were the examples that you found? Did they see in lower or higher frequency bands? List the specific wavelengths used by the animals/insects you chose.Were you surprised by the information that you found? Why or why not?

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Trung Dũng 5 months 2021-09-04T23:57:22+00:00 1 Answers 2 views 0

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    2021-09-04T23:58:53+00:00

    Answer:

    Squids = 450 – 490 nm (Moderate Frequency) (Blue)

    Bees = 300 – 650 nm (Lower Frequency Bands)

    Frogs = 280 – 580 nm (Very Low Frequency)

    Explanation:

    All of the above mentioned ranges are compared to that of humans.

    I’m just surprised a little bit in the imagination that how these organisms see the world through their unique eyes. On the other hands, they are evolved like this just like we do so that may not be surprising enough. SIKE

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