Most color-blind people can clearly see things like others, but they are unable to fully “appreciate or see” red, green, or blue light. There are extremely rare cases where people are unable to see any color at all, but the most common color blindness is the red-green color blindness. Read more: What Colors Do You See If You’re Color-blind? Article
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