Try looking deep into this diverse array of animal eyes, can you tell which species they belong to?
1. A cat’s vision is eight times better than a human.
2. Geckos are nocturnal creatures and their eyes are more sensitive to light. Their pupils actually contract when there is too much light present.
3. The eyes of a llama adjust to high altitudes.
4. A crocodile’s eyes adjust perfectly whether the conditions are dusk or darkness,
5. A penguin’s eyes adjust to underwater conditions.
6. Dragonflies have eyes that consist of thousands of small hexagonal eyes, giving them 360 degrees of sight.
7. Goats are able to see 360 degrees, because of the shape of their pupils.
8. Chameleons are able to rotate their eyes 360 degrees and each eye can move on its own.
9. A python’s eye looks like a shiny marble.
10. A tokay gecko’s eyes have transparent lids.
11. This is the eye of a whale, and, like other marine mammals, its vision is limited because of the intensity of the light reflected from it by its watery habitat.
12. Owls can’t see things up close very well, but they have exceptional sight at a distance, especially when the light is dim.
13. An octopus’s vision is binocular, meaning that the two eyes’ field of view overlaps for better depth perception.
14. Camels have three eyelids. Each lid is very thin, making it possible for the camel to see through them when they’re closed!
15. Acara fish can see just two dimensions!
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