Can you fly if you are colorblind?

Answer According to the Federal Aviation Administration, a pilot must be able to distinguish colors necessary for safe flight. In the event that a pilot cannot pass a standard visual exam, an alternative ... Read More »

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Are squirrels colorblind?

Squirrels are not completely color-blind; their vision is dichromatic, meaning they can't tell the difference between red and green. Medline Plus notes that eyes with full color vision have three p... Read More »

Are hamsters colorblind?

Hamsters, which have poor depth perception and limited eyesight, are colorblind. They have glands in their bodies that provide them with a keen sense of smell that makes up for their visual deficit... Read More »

Are ducks colorblind?

According to Argonne National Laboratory, despite the popular myth that ducks are colorblind, there is actually no or little difference between the color perception of humans and ducks (or any bird... Read More »

Can a woman be colorblind?

Yes, women can be colorblind. Colorblindness is hereditary. When the gene for colorblindness is carried by the mother, all of her baby boys will be colorblind. If the father carries the gene also, ... Read More »