Whose eye is this?

loggerhead sea turtle

monarch butterfly

Mediterranean horseshoe bat

great hammerhead shark

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That eye belongs to a monarch butterfly.

Butterflies can see in all directions at the same time.

That eye belongs to a monarch butterfly.Butterflies can see in all directions at the same time.

Whose eye is this?

loggerhead sea turtle

Panamanian golden frog

whooping crane

great hammerhead shark

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That eye belongs to a loggerhead sea turtle.

Sea turtles have large eyelids that protect their eyes.

That eye belongs to a loggerhead sea turtle.Sea turtles have large eyelids that protect their eyes.

Whose eye is this?

African elephant

whooping crane

great hammerhead shark

Panamanian golden frog

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That eye belongs to a great hammerhead shark.

The eyes of hammerhead sharks are far apart. This helps them see in all directions.

That eye belongs to a great hammerhead shark.The eyes of hammerhead sharks are far apart. This helps them see in all directions.

Whose eye is this?

monarch butterfly

Panamanian golden frog

loggerhead sea turtle

whooping crane

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That eye belongs to a whooping crane.

Whooping cranes are born with blue eyes. When they are about six months old, their eyes turn gold.

That eye belongs to a whooping crane.Whooping cranes are born with blue eyes. When they are about six months old, their eyes turn gold.

Whose eye is this?

Panamanian golden frog

monarch butterfly

cheetah

loggerhead sea turtle

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That eye belongs to a Panamanian golden frog.

Panamanian golden frogs have pupils shaped like a football.

That eye belongs to a Panamanian golden frog.Panamanian golden frogs have pupils shaped like a football.

Whose eye is this?

whooping crane

African elephant

cheetah

Mediterranean horseshoe bat

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That eye belongs to a Mediterranean horseshoe bat.

Bats can see with their eyes. But many bats hunt at night. These bats make sounds and listen for echoes to find food in the dark.

That eye belongs to a Mediterranean horseshoe bat.Bats can see with their eyes. But many bats hunt at night. These bats make sounds and listen for echoes to find food in the dark.

Whose eye is this?

whooping crane

Panamanian golden frog

African elephant

great hammerhead shark

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That eye belongs to an African elephant.

When an elephant tries to look backward, sometimes its large ears get in the way!

That eye belongs to an African elephant.When an elephant tries to look backward, sometimes its large ears get in the way!

Whose eye is this?

Mediterranean horseshoe bat

cheetah

whooping crane

monarch butterfly

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That eye belongs to a cheetah.

Cheetahs have black stripes near their eyes. These stripes help them see better in bright sunlight.

That eye belongs to a cheetah.Cheetahs have black stripes near their eyes. These stripes help them see better in bright sunlight.