Weekly Eye Trivia #27

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The retina is the ‘film in the camera’ at the back of the eye. The light sensor cells are called rods and cones. There are about 125 million rods which are used for night vision and 6 million cones that help us see colour!











September 21st, 2011 | No Comments |

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