It’s that time of the year again, when the stars align and the branches in the trees all start chaotically shaking of their own accord, and you find yourself wondering all sorts of unusual things, like what it would be a river otter with two heads, or why a butterfly’s wings are so iridescent. I wonder how all us mammals developed these weird blobs of seeing jelly called eyes, with their neat sparkly irises, and the power to see into each others souls. It’s pretty wild when you think about it, (or even if you don’t).
Here are some drawings of eyes.
SCORE: Three out of Four Militant Dust Weevils