The Eye in the Spiral: Animals with Pinhole Visual Systems
Stephen R. Wilk
Most organisms have evolved precise, camera-like visual systems that allow them to easily find food and escape danger. But a few still rely on lensless eyes with crude pinhole optics. Why?
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