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U3L5 Science

Natural light The small visable part of the electromagnetic spectrum that we can actually see that comes from the Sun
Artificial light Light that comes from a man-made device to emit various wavelengths that are visable to the human eye
Bioluminescence Light that is created from an organism
The primary colours Red, blue, and green
The colours of object are made by Subtracting colours
New colours are seen when we Adding colours
You see a green box as green because all of the colors that make up light is absorbed except for the green color which reflects off the box and enters your eyes
What type of eyes do birds have Sharper eyes that humans due to having 5 different types of cones in their retina
What type of eyes do fish have Eyes that have oval shaped lenses to create a wider view
What type of eyes do insects have Compound eyes
Near-sighted You can see close but not far away
Far-sighted You can see far away but not close
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