Have you ever wondered how animals see the world? The folks over at Mezzmer have a great infographics that highlights how sight works for these animals:
- Dogs and Cats
- Horses and Zebras
- Crustaceans (shrimps and crabs)
According to them the human eyes are quite amazing, but there are certainly limitations such as seeing ultraviolet light or detect images at a great distance. This infographic shows how cats and dogs’ eyes are more sensitive to movement in the dark to allow them to hunt if necessary. Horses and zebras are big creatures with big visual capabilities that give them amazing peripheral vision, which essentially means that they can almost see all the way behind them. Sharks are color blind in a sense (they cannot detect color).
I thought this infographic has a terrific layout that made it easy to follow along, it’s interesting to see the different types of animals and Mezzmer did a great job of add fun facts and additional “sideline” graphics that kept me scrolling. The color scheme worked out really well with use of lighter colors and dedicated thematic colors for each section, which help appeals to families and kids.