Red light, night light.
No pot of gold for you.
To some the Moon appears colourless, or even grey.
Someones been eating their carrots... Fish living in the deep sea manage to navigate in complete darkness.
Blue and black or white and gold? The way we perceive colour can vary from person to person.
Another rolling eyes emoji! #rollseyes /flipstable
Specs wearers fear not, your frames are unlikely to impede on your virtual reality experience.
It's up in the air whether early lifeforms developed seeing or hearing first.
Being colourblind is one thing, but for people with tetrachromacy the world is an incredibly colourful place.
Awww, dry your eyes.
Achoo! Grooming your eyebrow has never been more high stakes.
The shapes and colours that come alive in you eyes when you give them a good rub are known as phosphenes – but where do they come from?
You might not go blind by staring at the Sun, but please don't test it!
The smallest thing you can see depends on whether you're talking about individual objects or collections of particles.
Wahhhhh! If someone complains that you are crying all the time, tell them you're getting rid of toxins in your eyes.
There’s some evidence that short-sighted people have a higher than average IQ, which may be because the same genes affect the eyes and brain.
Bushy or smooth, arched or straight. Eyebrows come in a range of shapes and sizes, and are vital cues to expressing our moods. They're pretty handy in the heat, too.
There is a surprising source as to this popular myth, which stretches all the way back to the British Air Ministry during WWII in an attempt to hoodwink the Germans.
Maybe now you have a good excuse after an all-night Disney marathon.
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