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History --Evolve: Eyes

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Whether for tracking prey or evading predators, eyes are one of evolution's most vital innovations. These natural targeting devices equip 95 percent of the world's animal species, though they vary widely in form and function. Marine biologist Alex Goodell manipulates jellyfish with light to show us how these animals can see with eyespots?but without a brain. Paleontologist Bruce Lieberman provides a close look at some of the first complex eyes ever to evolve ? the bizarre, multi-lensed models that their possessors, trilobites, engineered out of rock 540 million years ago; and biologist Chris Kirk extracts eyeballs from animal cadavers to show how big cats evolved a mirror at the back of their eyes to provide them with unparalleled night vision.

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