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Owl and Human Eye Comparison

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Gourav Badwal

on 14 May 2014

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Transcript of Owl and Human Eye Comparison

Owl and Human Eye Differences
Human Eyes
Facts about Owl's Eyes
-Owls have mostly Rods and not many
Similarities between Owl and Human Eyes
Facts about Owls Cont.
-Since the Owls are are only 70°
binocular, it is hard for the Owl to see
however, this helps to a great extent
when they are hunting prey at night.
Owl and Human Eye Comparison
Owl Eyes
-Humans can see 180° around them and 140° of that vision is binocular.
-Owls can see 125° around them however, only 70 ° is binocular.
-Humans can move there
eyes in there eye sockets
-Owls do not have the ability
to move there eyes in there
eye socket
-Humans have 2 eyelids
-Owls have 3 eyelids
-Humans are equally
farsighted and nearsighted
-Owls are more farsighted than
-The reason owls can't move there eyes is because there eyes have a tubular shape
-Since Owls can't move there eyes
they can bend there head 270°
-Owl eyes are large to improve there efficiency under low light situations
-Humans and owls both have binocular vision,
meaning that they use both there eyes to create
one image.
-Both a Humans eyes and owls eyes are laid
out in the same way.
By: Gourav Badwal
-Too much light can both damage our Retina and
the Owl's Retina.
In conclusion, owls eyes and humans eyes are both mainly the same except for some differences such as owls not having good binocular vision and that human eyes and owl eyes are not shaped the same. However, similarities such as the layout of the inside of both eyes being the same and that humans and owls both have binocular vision. All in all, humans and owls eyes are mostly the same, except for some little differences.
Owls Eyes
Human Eyes
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