Science C11: An Animal’s Eye View


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 animal eyes. Key concepts include:

  • Animals’ eyes may work differently from ours, but they may see the same as we see.
  • It is what the brain makes of what the eye sees that is important.
  • An animal’s eyes are particularly suited to its life-style and the environment in which it lives.
  • The position of an animal’s eyes and the type of lens the eye has give clues as to how it may view the world.
  • Birds, whose eyes assist them in hunting, navigating and avoiding predators, have some of the sharpest eyesight in the animal kingdom.
  • Their eyes are very large, sometimes weighing more than their brains.
  • Some hawks and eagles have eyes which are about the same size as an adult human’s.
  • Lands snails have eyes at the tips of long tentacles which they use to explore terrain.
  • There is a great variety of eye types in the animal kingdom.


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