This is dependent on which viewpoint one looks at this from. From a human viewpoint, crickets are indeed colorblind in that they cannot see certain colors that humans can see. However they can also see violet and ultraviolet wavelengths which humans cannot see. Crickets can see color, but not the color humans can see.
Dogs are not colorblind naturally, but if they have a problem and are colorblind it can be any color.
No, Taylor Lauter is not colorblind.
All dogs are colorblind.
Not necessarily. The allele for colorblindness is recessive. For a female, in order to be colorblind she must have to recessive alleles for colorblindness. Example: XcXc would be colorblind. XCXc would be a carrier for colorblindness, but not colorblind. For a male, because colorblindness is a sex-linked gene, he only needs one allele to be colorblind. Example: XcY is colorblind. XCY is not colorblind.
100% of all male offspring will be colorblind. 0% of all femal offspring will be colorblind.
The same for a person who is not colorblind
Colorblind - book - was created in 2010.
The Island of the Colorblind was created in 1997.
They are born colorblind, they don't just become it.
Nobody really knows, people say cats are colorblind when they are not really. So I would say "No." donkeys are not colorblind
Colorblind - book - has 160 pages.