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“I wouldn’t call this vision, because as far as we know the hydra are not processing information beyond what’s light and what’s dark, and vision is much more complicated than that. But these genes that we’re studying are the keystones of vision,” Oakley said. “For us, as evolutionists, the message is that photoreception can do other things besides just facilitate vision.