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Do octopuses have better eyes than humans?
I've read that unlike humans, octopuses have eyes "designed" the "right way", i.e. with the nerve fibers behind the retina, thus getting rid of the blind spot we humans have as well as theoretically ...
Jan 7 '13 at 12:19
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