Colorblind people

Colorblind people

Color blind people tend to have better night vision and can sometimes see luminosity of colors that normal-sighted people can't. With this ability, and the fact that they perceptive colors differently, the U.S. Army discovered that the colorblind could see 'camouflage' colors that are hard to see with normal color vision. This gives them the unique ability to see hidden enemies better at night.

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