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In the same way that some people can hear higher-pitched sounds than others, can some see colours that others can't?
Only recently has a study revealed that women have a better ability to discriminate colors in the red-orange spectrum. Researchers found that the gene that allows people to see the color red comes in an unusually high number of variations. This may explain why women see crimson, vermilion and tomato, but it's all just red to a male. Previous research in other primates has suggested that enhanced red vision in females allows them to better distinguish between berries and foliage when they are gathering food. Scientists speculate that this color sensitivity may be explained by the fact that human females did the gathering in prehistoric times.Footnote: Verrelli, B. and Tishkoff, S., American Journal of Human Genetics, Septermber, 2004
I have also read that some women have photorecepters for 4 different wavelengths of light, whereas most people have only 3, and people who are red-green colorblind only have 2.----Please take a moment for science at http://coglanglab.org
I meant above or below those colours normally seen.