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
<i>SPECIAL SHIELD: </i>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.<br>
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