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Why do bulls like the color red?


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Actually, they don't. Bulls, along with all other cattle, are color-blind to red. Thus, the bull is likely irritated by the cape's movement as the matador whips it around, not the color. In support of this is the fact that a bull charges the matador's other cape, the larger capote, with equal fury.

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Bulls are color-blind. It's not so much the color they are drawn to, but the movement of the matador's cape.

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