Tuesday, October 6, 2015

Eye to Eye. How animals see the world.

Eye to Eye: How Animals See The World - Steve Jenkins
by Steve Jenkins

Who would have said it was so many interesting facts to learn about eyes?
Eyes can be as simple as a light-sensitive group of cells, or as complex as to be able to see from a distance of two miles away.
There's an animal which eyes are as big as basketballs.
Another one has eyes bigger than its brain.
Certain insect not only has eight legs, but eight eyes too.
And a well known animal we all have seen or heard about has built-in goggles to be able to see underwater.
I won't spoil the names of these incredibly sighted creatures. You'll have to discover them with you own eyes!

Age range: 8 to 12 years old.

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