Horses

Are horses and ponies colour blind?

Colorblind implies a deficit in normal vision. Horses and ponies in general can see all the colors they're supposed to. Mammals as a whole can see fewer colors than other vertebrates, and usually cannot distinguish between red and green.
answered 3 years ago

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