10 Animal Senses We Wish We Had



Infrared

Infrared vision has always been a dream of young children everywhere. There are numerous species of snakes that are capable of using infrared to hunt down small mammals, such as mice. They use the vision to sense the thermal radiation a creature emits.

Ultraviolet

Flowers, believe it or not, use the ultraviolet spectrum in order to draw in bees for pollination. Bees see a wide range of color and light, including blue and green, which is very different from what we as human beings see in the world. They have cells capable of viewing ultraviolet light.