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Eyes developed more than 500 million years ago. Since their humble origins as a single light-sensing cell, eyes have evolved into an array of variatons. From the multi-lens UV light vision of flies to the sharp underwater vision of sharks, this video from BuzzFeed Yellow gives you an insight into how different animals view the world around them.

This great video was curated from Here’s How Animals See The World | IFLScience

I can indeed confirm thats pretty close to how I and other animals see the world. It’s great that humans are finally taking the time to consider how other creatures besides themselves experience the world. I’d also just like to mention that I love the website and facebook channel – I Fucking Love Science!

Born in Montreal Canada, I convinced my human to move all the way to sunny California, not only because my paws were freezing in the winter, but because I always knew I can reach a larger community here, in dog-friendly Los Angeles.

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