Generally speaking, most mammals are colorblind. Not in the sense that they see in greyscale, but in the sense that they are dichromatic in the same way dogs are-- able to see violet, blue, green and yellow, but not ultraviolet or deep red. This is likely because the first mammals lived nocturnally in burrows, to hide from dinosaurs which they shared a planet with at the time. The surviving dinosaurs by contrast, aka birds, have 4 color receptors, and can see considerably more into the UV spectrum than we as humans can.
This is hypothesized to be the reason that so many bird species are so much more colorful than mammals, by and large, whereas birds often take vibrant hues and variable shades, it is very rare to find a mammal species with any variety of colors that aren't a shade of brown, black, white, or yellow. Primates are the odd ones out among mammals, as we have a 3rd color receptor. Some primates have very vibrant colored testicles, really breaking with the mammal mold.
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Actually, arguments in favour of "economy of form" which demand that media such as albums, films, books not "waste the audience's time" buys into the commodification of every aspect of existence by capitalism. Art should not subscribe to this commodification: it should resist it. So fill your novels with as many digressions, your movies with as many lingering shots and unnecessary scenes, your albums with as much filler as you feel like doing. I will be happy to waste that time with you.
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