Science C10: Animal Eyes


Award-winning video and lesson investigations for young children on the topic of animal eyes

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Video and lesson investigations on the topic of animals’ eyes. Key concepts include:

  • Animals have the right eyes for the job.
  • Different animals have differently designed eyes.
  • Animals’ eyes have evolved to suit their life-style and the environment within which they live.
  • Their eyes are particularly suited to their needs.
  • One of the most obvious differences in the eyes of various animals is the placement of the eye itself.
  • Many birds and fish, for example, have eyes at the sides of their heads, which gives them a greater field of vision that humans have.
  • They need this wide field of vision to help them escape from their predators. Bottom feeding fish often have eyes on the top of their heads.
  • Most predators, including humans, have eyes in the front of their heads.
  • The cannot see things behind, above or beside them without moving their heads.


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