How many eyes does an octopus have?
An octopus has two eyes. Each one is highly developed and and has excellent vision. It forms 3-dimensional images, and is believed to have color vision. It is very much like the human eye in its form and construction, but more efficient than a humans. It has a wide field of clear vision and has good resolution and sensitivity.
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The Octopus's eye has a Retina, a Cornea, an Iris and a Lens. The rod and cone cells of the octopus point toward the incoming light Octopus's do not have a blind spo…t while the human does.
Yes, octopi does have rods and cone in it's eye. Otherwise it couldnot see.
An octopus has three hearts in its mantle (head-like structure). 2 pump blue blood to the gills that then deposits waste in the blood at the gills then the cleaned blood is pu…mped to the 3rd heart to be pumped through out the rest of the octopuses body.
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the eye helps it see very far to see prey or predaders.
It has 4 gills
An octopus does not have teeth is has a beak.
There is strong variation among species. A typical octopus female will lay 200000 eggs, but only a very small number will live past the larval stage.
You could, but not a whole lot of people do.
An octopus has 2 eyes.
an octopus has 2 eyes that are highly developed in vision.
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no, it is not. It's slightly bigger than the average grown up eye
No! The eye of the octopus is a highly adaptive trait and better than the human eye because the nerves that go to the brain are not in the way of the retina as is the case in …humans, A vestigial trait us a trait that is not used for it original purpose, such as the tail bone in humans.
yes, it is possible that a squid is in a long line of species with certain types of eyeballs called estnostrophnyths (es-no-strop-ni-ths). This means that they aren't color bl…ind and that their eyes have a certain chemical used to make them wet. The prosess is called aquenthysis and the chemical is called dystroform. The process stretches the eyelid skin and widens the eyes when the squid is in a state of shock or about to attack. This happens to us also. The process of aquenthysis send a rush of shock to your brain which then send a flow of water(tears) to your tear duct which makes the eyes widen. Aquenthysis and dystroform are not related to when you start to cry and your eyes get puffy.