8 Animals With Amazing Eyes 

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1. Mantis Shrimp 

Mantis shrimp have complex eyes that can move independently and possess an incredible ability to see polarized light. They are considered one of the most complex visual systems in the animal kingdom. 

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2. Chameleon 

Chameleons have independently rotating eyes, allowing them to observe their surroundings in different directions simultaneously. Their eyes can also focus on two different objects independently. 

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3. Gecko 

Geckos have large, distinctive eyes with vertical pupils. Some species of geckos, like the crested gecko, have incredible color vision, including the ability to see ultraviolet light. 

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4. Owl 

Owls are known for their large, forward-facing eyes that give them excellent depth perception and low-light vision. The structure of their eyes also prevents them from moving, so they turn their heads to change their field of view. 

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5. Cuttlefish 

Cuttlefish have W-shaped pupils and an incredible ability to change the color, pattern, and texture of their skin. Their eyes are highly developed and can detect polarized light. 

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6. Axolotl 

These aquatic salamanders have lidless, lid-like eyes that give them a distinctive appearance. Axolotls have remarkable regenerative abilities and can even regenerate parts of their eyes. 

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7. Dragonfly 

Dragonflies have compound eyes made up of thousands of tiny lenses. These eyes provide them with a broad field of vision and the ability to detect movement exceptionally well. 

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8. Chambered Nautilus 

The chambered nautilus has simple pinhole camera eyes, yet they are fascinating due to their primitive design. These eyes allow the nautilus to distinguish between light and dark. 

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