Shrimp Eyes

Shrimp eyes are arranged in complex patterns to help them see in all different directions and act as lenses to capture light and create images. They also have polarized light detection, which helps them navigate through the ocean during the day and night. Shrimp’s ability to see ultraviolet light is used as a communication tool and helps them detect predators and prey. They also have advanced depth perception and field of view, which allows them to detect the distance between objects and sense any changes in depth. 

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