Do color blind people see only certain colors different or all colors?
I ask this because I once knew someone who always referred to his car as his "green car". It was most definitely a light brown. Did that mean that he see's tree's as having green trunks surrounded by brown grass?
There are many levels of color blindness and it's almost impossible to explain them in only few lines. My suggestion would be to google 'color blind test' and see how many possibilities are out there.
I hope this helps:)
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