Mosquito Vision… an Infrared World

DJR_2332Ever wonder what the world looks like to mosquitoes, or some snakes and fish? Some animals see heat (infrared) much like we see visible light. Hunting at night, or looking for a tasty meal (mosquitoes), seeing heat could be a handy thing.

Fortunately, we can also see the Infrared world through special devices that “shift” light frequencies into ranges that we can see… Here are some photos from the last San Diego Museum of Man Golf Tournament as seen through the eyes of a mosquito.

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Dr. Dave (Roberts), Anthropologist, Photographer, Historian... Dr. Dave has worked in the field of applied anthropology for over thirty-five years from a conference speaker and published author, to a field researcher... from the Caribbean, to Central and South America.

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