We have some interesting facts about the eyes and behavior of animals for your enjoyment!
Did you know…
Geckos can distinguish colors 350x better than humans even in dim lighting.
Are the eyes of the chameleon independent, so it can see in different directions simultaneously?
Camels have eyelashes that measure approximately 10 cm in length. This protects them from wind and sand as much as possible.
Is the eye of an ostrich bigger than its brain?
Can dogs tell the difference between green and red?
Why is the human eye so advanced? Four times as many receptors are found in the eyes of statopods than in human eyes.
Penguins can distinguish millions of colors and have the best eyesight of any animal.
The field of vision for a cat can be as high as 285 degrees. This is a huge advantage when hunting.
Although the ant has two eyes (each one contains smaller eyes), we call them compound eyes.
Night vision of Tigers is six times more than that of Humans.
Horses and zebras see only to their side, meaning they have very good peripheral vision. They can see almost to the back of the animal but see in front as if there were a black spot.