The eyelashes of most animals are one-third the length of the eye's width to create an optimal protective zone.
Fossilized rod and cone cells — the kinds that help people see — have been discovered for the first time.
The unique eye structure of deep-sea bioluminescent sharks helps them survive in the twilight zone.
Pay attention when a horse moves its ears. It's sharing important information with onlookers. Continue reading →
The bizarre visual system of the colorful mantis shrimp just got weirder: New research finds these animals use a natural sunscreen compound to see ultraviolet light.
Never before seen in biology, a state of matter called disordered hyperuniformity has been discovered in the eye of a chicken.
Psychedelic stripes, colors and patterns on flowers, birds and bugs are just some of the things that cats can see that humans cannot.
Starfish have eyes on their arms that help them to see their beautiful and food-rich coral reef environment. Continue reading →