Frogs have a unique ability to see color even when it is so dark that humans are not able to see anything at all.
It was previously known that toads and frogs are unique in having rods with two different sensitivities, leading researchers to hypothesis that frogs and toads might be able to see color in low-light conditions. The new study was first proving by Lund University in Sweden.
Source from news: http://www.thehindu.com/sci-tech/science/frogs-can-see-colours-in-the-dark/article17390441.ece
How do you know if an animal can see color? How do other animals see the world?
Which of these branches of zoology is to do with the study of animal behavior?
A. Molecular genetics
B. Comparative anatomy