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sense of sight

Chickens have a very well developed vision. They have double the sensitive visual cells on the retina compared to people which allow them to see colors and shades of grey in dim light. Their 300 degree panoramic vision helps them avoid predators. Chickens also have a wider sensitivity to the light spectrum than us. Not only can they see the visible light, but they can also see in ultraviolet.


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