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20 Facts About the Human Eye

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Here are some interesting facts about the human eye.

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We also see half of everything. Report Abuse
Each side of our brain sees half of the image and then puts it together.
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Humans see things upside down. Report Abuse
This is how our retinas view images. Our brains flips what we see right side up.
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The human eye cannot be transplanted. Report Abuse
There are simply too many connections.
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80% of what we learn is through our eyes. Report Abuse
This puts a totally new spin on the visual learner.
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The transparent part of the eye covering is the cornea. Report Abuse
It helps to refract light so it can be projected onto the retina.
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The central opening of your eye is known as the pupil. Report Abuse
The size of the pupil expands or contracts based on how much light we see.
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The life span of an eyelash is five months. Report Abuse
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The cornea does not contain blood vessels. Report Abuse
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Babies are born color blind. Report Abuse
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The world's most common eye color is brown. Report Abuse
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Blue eyes are a genetic mutation. Report Abuse
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Eyes heal quickly. Report Abuse
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The eyes stay the same size. When you are a baby, your eyes are as big as they will ever get. Report Abuse
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The eye has over two million working parts. Report Abuse
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Eyelashes help to keep dirt out of our eyes. Report Abuse
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Eyes begin to develop when an embryo is two weeks old. Report Abuse
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The human eye can see about 10 million colors. Report Abuse
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The colored area around the pupil is called the iris. Report Abuse
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The rod cells detect low light contrasts. Report Abuse
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The cone cells in the retina detect color. Report Abuse
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