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Look Into My Eyes: Incredibly Close-Up Animal Cornea

Tuesday 09.20.2011 , Posted by
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We covered Suren Manvelyan’s up close photographs of human eyes in the past, and now he’s begun an exciting new series based on the theme. His new macro photographs of animal eyes show a striking diversity in color and texture, leading the viewer to wonder at the way other creatures see and perceive the world around us. See more of this artists equally diverse work on behance.net.

See this article over at The Ark in Space for a cat with some really different and interesting eyes.

Above: Caiman. Below: Black rabbit.

Albino tiger python.

Tiger python.

Nylus crocodile.

Left eye of Husky dog

Right eye of same Husky

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Benjamin Starr

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