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Dragonfly's eyes by Ayushman,Kyle,Chris

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Transcript of Dragonfly's eyes by Ayushman,Kyle,Chris

interesting facts
Dragonfly are from the age of dinosaurs.
They breath from their anus.
A dragonfly is a very strong and good flyer, and can fly at speeds of up to 36 miles per hour.
Dragonflies, which eat insects as adults, a single dragonfly can eat 30 to hundreds of mosquitoes per day.
There are over 5,000 species of dragonflies.

bibliography
dragonfly's eyes
The eyes are colorful on this particular dragonfly.
The eyes also are enormous with little pupils inside
and they have good vision.
The compound eye is made out of ommatidia which
can be made out of 30000 ommatidia of each com-
pound eye
A simple eye is one single eye. A compound eye is an eye made up of thousands of little eyes , all seeing the same thing
A dragonfly is a insect that has long wings and long body the eyes are big and sometimes colored. They can be mistaken for damselflies.

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www.brisbaneinsects.com/brisbane_insects/DragonflyHead.htm‎


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By Kyle, Ayushman, Chris
http://www.smithsonianmag.com/science-nature/14-fun-facts-about-dragonflies-96882693/
difference between a human and dragonfly eyes
human eye
dragonfly eyes
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