Can Fish See Water

Can Fish See Water. Most fish are, like us, trichromatic, but some also see a fourth color (see question 5). Yes and no, they need to realize it is water before they know.

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Fluorocarbon is the line that is most invisible underwater, while braided line is the strongest, yet most visible above water. The need to humanize birth int j gynaecol obstet. They see cloudy water, sun rays cutting through it, things being shifted by the waves the way we see wind, etc, but aren't seeing the water.

But perhaps we have underestimated the iq of fish.

They are easy to see above water and help you detect bites from fish, but they are more likely to be seen underwater by wary fish. Then there is generally how good a fishes eye sight is. All the light from the world above the water surface that the fish can see enters the water through yellow region. Unless you're water is 100% crystal then this would have an impact.


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