Color Vision In the Horse

Understanding how the horse sees the world can give horse owners an appreciation of their animals' behavior. In addition to their reduced color perception (which makes certain color cues relatively useless), horses also have slightly poorer visual acuity than humans, so they do not always see details as clearly as humans.

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