Insects; they generally have two compound eyes (composed of hundreds of facets) and three simple eyes or ocelli on the top of their heads, between the compound eyes. Just look closely at a picture of a bee's or damselfly's face and you'll see! The extinct marine animal Opabinia also had five eyes.
if a bee landed on your nose.
The honeybee has five eyes, they are: COMPOUND EYE-two compound eyes each eye is made up of 1000s of light sensitive cells which help the bee understand colour, light and directional information from the suns ultra violet rays. SIMPLE EYE- three simple eyes that are arranged in a triangle on the head.the simple eyes are called "ocelli" they mostly help the bee determine the amount of light present.
1. Eyes - Sight 2. Ears - Hearing, Balance 3. Nose - Smell 4. Tongue - Taste 5. Skin - Touch & Temperature
bee or the wind moves the pollen to the pistol
the average bee has five main eyes and if I ask why would they ask me to answer
A bee has five eyes: two compound eyes on the sides of the head and three tiny simple eyes, called ocelli, on top of the head. The ocelli do not form images but respond to changes of brightness more quickly than the compound eyes. It is thought they are used by the bee to orient itself as it pitches and rolls in flight.
The honey bee has five eyes. It has two compound eyes which give a greater field of vision than simple eyes. It also has three simple eyes, called ocelli, set in a triangle on the top of the head. The ocelli are are very simple, and do not form images. It is believed they help the bee orient itself in flight.
No, 'five' does not rhyme with 'bee'.
No, a bee has five eyes! Their principle organs of vision are two compound eyes, one each side of the head. They also have three small simple eyes in a triangle on the top of the head (forward of the top in a drone because his compound eyes are larger and nearly meet at the top of the head). These simple eyes are called ocelli and do not form an image. However, they are light-sensitive and it is believed they help the bee orient itself when flying.
he look through an eye of a bee to find out information and to see what bee see.!
I would guess about five; three on top called ocelli and two regular ones.
Almost all of them do. Insects generally have two compound eyes (composed of hundreds of facets) and three simple eyes or ocelli on the top of their heads, between the compound eyes. Just look closely at a picture of a bee's or damselfly's face and you'll see!