- The eyes of the animal kingdom
- The squid's eye, like ours, works as a camera does, with a single lens focusing light onto a single retina, full of photoreceptors — cells that absorb photons and convert their energy into an electrical signal.
- A brief history of squid video
- The squid's eye is trained on the camera, dilating to the size of a saucer as it steadily draws nearer. Its skin looks as soft as satin, rippling delicately as it siphons water into its mantle.
- Why the giant squid eye?
- The largest measured giant squid eye is 27 centimeters (10.63 inches), roughly the size of a large dinner plate. Whereas all giant squids don't have goliath fine china size eyeballs, most are between 5-15 centimeters (~2-6 inches), their peepers are huge.
- Stanford biologist gets a squid's eye view
- Stanford biologist gets a squid's eye view.
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