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Teaching Eyes in the Back of Your Head

Eyes in the Back of Your Head

Did you ever wish that you had eyes in the back of your head? Some animals look like they do! However, these “eyes” aren’t for seeing—in fact, they can’t see at all and are called false eyes or eyespots.

Caroline Deppe
Cricket Media


How do eyespots help animals survive?


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