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... one that includes infrared, for example) would be beneficial towards survival,but I don't know if any organisms have done that.
Some animals, including birds, reptiles, and insects such as bees, can see near-ultraviolet light. Many fruits, flowers, and seeds stand out more strongly from the background in ultraviolet wavelengths as compared to human color vision.
Why do human eyes only register information from the visible spectrum of light?