Fires death rays if a predator gets too close!
Seriously, like all butterflies, the Monarch butterfly has compound eyes. Compound eyes give butterflies excellent color perception and motion detection. They can see objects above, below, beside, in front of, and below them all at the same time. Butterflies can see a wide range of colors.
Yes they do.
Monarchs have 13000 eyes (usually).
Monarch butterfly larvae/caterpillars have 12 eyes, six on each side of their heads. With those eyes they can tell light and dark. They can't see shapes or objects.
A butterfly's relatively enormous compound eyes are made up of thousands of ommatidia each of which senses light and images.
An animal learns to adapt to their environment by depending mostly on their physical features. Examples of what helps an animal adapt to their environment are, fur, eyes, hands, and nose.
the monarch butterflies eyes are black. They may have dark orange lateral filtering pigment distributed heterogeneously in the eye which helps them distinguish between many colors.
by using their long nose and shovel like hands and their small eyes.
a butterfly has 12,000 eyes
A Butterfly has 12,000 eyes.