Eye Facts – 50 Amazing Facts About Eyes

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Facts About Eyes

Chameleons and some lizards can move their eyes in two different directions.

Insects have a set of eyes which can number thousands and are known as compound eyes. Bees have fife sets of eyes.

The space between your two brows differ with individuals and is known as Nasion.

Only 1/6 of the eye is exposed while the rest rests inside the optical sockets in the skull

The eye is composed of more than 2 million working parts, weighs a little under an ounce.

Cornea is the only part of the eye which is devoid of any blood.

Eyes cannot be transplanted because more than 1 million nerve fibers connect each eye to the brain.

Tetris, a cascading pattern game has been used successfully used by doctors to treat lazy eyes syndrome.

The eye can discern different shades of basic colors but it differentiates more shades of green than any other color and hence most night vision devices are green.

Sneezing is not possible with the eyes opened.