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The Eyeball

Eyeball

Six tiny muscles hold each eyeball in the sockets of your head.

When the image of a tree enters the retina it looks upside down. There is one spot on the retina that is not sensitive to light. It is called the blind spot. There are no rods and no cones in the blind spot.

Eyes and Ears by Seymour Simon

February 2012

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