How many shades of green can the human eye detect?
Thousands, it's the most perceived color for humans. Humans are trichromats, meaning we perceive three primary colors: blue, green and red. The retina in a human eye can detect light between wavelengths of 400 and 700 nanometers, a range known as the visible spectrum.
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