Most humans can see around 10 million colors. However, there's a theory that a genetic mutation allows some humans to be a tetrachromat (someone with an extra cone in their eyes who can see over 100 million colors). Want to see if it's you?
I feel like I HAVE to add that this is an INTERNET QUIZ. I am not a doctor, a scientist, or a biologist. I skipped 31 days of anatomy my senior year of high school and am in no way qualified to give you the result you get.