If our eyes could see them, they would certainly be of different colors to the light that we can see. The notes below the red end of the octave that we can see would appear as some other color which, of course, we can not imagine. And the notes above the violet end of the octave we can see would appear as another color. It has been clearly proved that some insects, such as ants, can see these rays of light beyond the violet, to which our eyes are blind. But what color it looks like to them, no human being can ever tell. It is very interesting to know, however, that there are animals which can see waves of light which we can not see, just as there are animals which can hear waves of sound too shrill for our ears to hear.
- Why hair color becomes white as we get older?
- Why is foam of soap always white even if the soap is of different color?
- What is the reason behind different skin colors in people across the world?
- Why are some animals and birds albino (without color)? And why albinos are few in number?
- If you can see something with one eye closed then when seen with both eyes why doesn’t it appear double?