What is the difference between tiger eyes and human eyes?
First the obvious: Tiger eyes are larger in size and the pupil is fixed vertically and human eyes are smaller and have a round pupil. It has been said and noted that these large species from the cat family can only see in black and white and humans see in both black and white and color too. Also Tigers can see better in the dark than humans, this is possible due to the size of their eyes. It's also known that Tigers can see better at far distances than humans. And ti add human eyes come in many different shades of colors. Tigers eyes are mainly Golden Brown in color. Although rare some of these cats have been known to have Bright Blue eye's or Glowing Green eye's.
One difference between cow eyes and human eyes is that cows eyes are much larger than humans eyes Cow eyes are also darker than human eyes. Human eyes are much smaller than cow eyes and a human eye are lither than a cow eye. If you cut open an cows eye you will see that the eye is not circle shaped. Instead, the eye is oval. Human eyes are circular. A similarity between cow eyes…
The human eye and the frog eye are both socketed, which means that they do not protrude from the skull. Some people think that frogs are colour blind -- actually, they have the same colour reception as a human. Also, the frog has its eyes on the sides of its head, plus it can see in the dark or very dim light.