Monday, January 25, 2021

What Beautiful Eyes You Have

Environmental & Science Education, STEM, Behavior, Nature

Ed Hessler

The Atlantic science writer, Ed Yong discusses how animals see the world in a lively animation from the Animalism series that show a "spectacular range of styles, shapes and sizes. There are eyes with lenses made of rock, eyes that can look up and down at the same time, and eyes that can spot prey from a mile away." One animal "has the most incredible--an certainly the strangest--eyes of all."

All here and presented in 5m 07s. And accurate, for he is a thorough science journalist.

In this series, Yong takes a look at how animals live and the evolution of behavior and structures.

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