Triggerfish can discriminate and see certain color patterns better than humans.
Bed bugs generally prefer hiding spots that are red or black, but their preferences change according to age, sex, and other factors
Lizards use bright colors to attract mates but this also makes their camouflage less effective, making them visible to predators, report researchers from the University of Cambridge.
In summertime, ladybugs, or ladybirds, are perhaps the most friendly-looking insects around, but be careful, because they are also toxic. And new research shows that the brightness of their color reveals the extent of their toxicity to predators.