Bilderserie: Nahaufnahmen von Tieraugen

04.5.2020
Helya
Animals

Bei etwa der Hälfte wäre ich alleine gar nicht drauf gekommen zu welchem Tier das gehören soll, aber sie sind alle wunderschön.

Cats can see eight times better than humans.

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Because geckos are nocturnal, their eyes are more light-sensitive, with the pupils constricting when they hit light.

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A crocodile’s eyes can adapt to twilight or nighttime.

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Penguins have eyes that allow them to see better underwater.

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Dragonflies have eyes that consist of thousands of thousands of tiny hexagonal eyes, giving them nearly 360-degree vision.

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A goat’s wide pupils give them 330 degrees of vision, as opposed to a human’s 185-degree view.

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Chameleons can rotate their eyes 360 degrees independently of one another!

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Marine mammals, like this whale, have limited vision because of the way the water refracts light.

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Owls cannot easily see from close distances, but they are excellent from farther away, particularly in low light.

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Octopus have binocular vision

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