Owls have no eyeballs

Photo courtesy: Kazi Faiza Tasnim Neha

Owls don’t have eyeballs like many other animals. They have eye tubes or cylinders, rod-shaped eyes that do not move in their sockets as eyeballs do. Instead, owls have to move their bodies or heads in order to look around.


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