Do Chickens Have Full Color Vision?

How Well Can Chickens See Color and in the Dark?

Do Chickens Have Full Color Vision?
Add to Favorites Reading Time: 7 minutes What does it feel like to be a chicken? Do they perceive the world as we do, with sound, color, and odors? In fact, do chickens have full color vision in the way we do? It turns out they can see more color and faster movement than we can, and over a wider range, providing high-speed intel to fuel the lightening reactions they need to catch insects and avoid predators. We can only imagine what it must be like to see ultraviolet (UV) light, explore the world with a beak, and live at such a fast pace. Chickens’ bodies and senses are very different from ours, as they are tuned to a lifestyle of foraging on the ground through thick vegetation while avoiding land and air predators. Chickens have to be smart to find hidden forage in this fast moving, perilous world. That

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