'Spiders Eye'

Spiders Eye

[Public Domain] 11 Apr 2005 Dylan O'Donnell
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Spiders have different kinds of eyesight, but typically their eyes have evolved to accommodate for low light situations, and touch, taste, and tactile response form the primary hunting tools. Eyes like these detect forwards facing motion and while they can detect movement in extremely low light, the retina’s are coarse and grainy producing poor resolution images. Of course, I suppose only the spider really knows.

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