The Great Normal Shark
This shark is known for being fierce, an eating machine (don’t you dare get between him and a hamburger or a baby seal or a surfer or a hot chick swimming in the nude).
Shark week may have passed, but I’ll pretend that it hasn’t.
Scientists say that sharks are color blind. They have NO cone cells to work with, only light-sensitive rod cells, which gives them excellent low-light vision. I don’t know if humans would be able to conceptualize how a shark sees the world at all, especially once you throw their electrical sense in there.
What humans see:
Through a shark’s eyes:
They’d get a distortion around the fish or other shark because of the electrical field. You can pick up immediately what it is in shape and reflected light from its skin. It stands out compared to the darker background. Of course a shark’s brain is processing the image and we really have no idea how they actually “think”.