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Marine species' eyes are specially adapted to ensure clear sight in murky seas and blackish depths. For instance, deep sea fish use their eye 'rods' (where their cones are idle) that are acutely sensitive to red light. Alternatively, mantis shrimps have up to 16 visual pigments (humans have 3).
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