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Eye Anatomy Trivia Fun Facts

Get yourself ready to be amazed by the following fun facts about the most delicate part of your body, the eyes.

Give your mind some happy time by reading these facts that you can share with your friends and family.


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Your eyelid has Meibomian glands that work for secreting the lubricating fluids, muscles enabling your lids to move, and fibrous plate giving the shape and structure.

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The vitreous body looks like a solid jelly-like fluid, an integral part of a human body that helps to maintain a high-quality function of the eye.

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The size of your eyes will remain the same as the day you were born, while your ears and nose size will continue to grow.

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The rods look like an elongated jelly with four different regions, namely the synaptic region, the cell body, an inner segment, and an outer segment.

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Your pupils look like a hole that can be found at the center area of the iris, which sends the light to your eye retina.

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The optic nerve is known as the cranial nerve II or the second cranial nerve that delivers the information to your brain from the retina.

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There are three types of tears, including emotional tears to show emotion, reflex tears to wash irritants, and basal tears for cornea protection.

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Your brain is considered to be the fattiest organ of a human, considering that approximately 60 percent of its part is made from fats.

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The retina is made with ten layers of photoreceptors, blood vessels, and nerve cells. It works as the light receiver that comes from the lens.

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Researches and studies claim that more than 50 percent of individuals around the world need to use a pair of eyeglasses to correct vision.

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