Wacky Weekend: Animal Eyes

No, nothing’s wrong with your vision—these animals’ eyes are just incredibly weird! Take a look at the amazing eyes of the peacock mantis shrimp, red-eyed tree frog, and other animals in the photo gallery below.

BEST LOOKOUT EVER: The peacock mantis shrimp’s eyes can see in two different directions at once. They can also detect colors that humans aren’t able to see.
Photograph by Wolfgang Poelzer, Getty Images
SPECIAL SHIELD: The red-eyed tree frog has a see-through eyelid with a striped pattern. The lid protects the frog’s eyes underwater and keeps them moist on land in Central America.
SPECIAL SHIELD: The red-eyed tree frog has a see-through eyelid with a striped pattern. The lid protects the frog’s eyes underwater and keeps them moist on land in Central America.
Photograph by Thomas Marent, Minden Pictures