Out of all of the diverse, creative forms that body parts can take throughout the animal kingdom, eyes might be the weirdest. Maybe that's our human bias — we do a lot of communicating via eye contact, after all. But whatever the reason, there's something particularly bizarre about staring into the alien eye slits of a housecat or the W-shaped pupils of a cuttlefish. Here's the explanation behind a few of the weirder pupils you can find in nature.
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More Than Two Pupils
Just Plain Alien Pupils
Written by Ashley Hamer January 11, 2019
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