marine biologists from Japan's Okinawa Churashima Research Center has found out, that there are 'teeth' in the hvalhajers eyes – especially around the eternal time-loop.
And there can be up to 3,000 of them.
It writes Gizmodo according to the Science.dk, that brings a picture of the teeth.
There is a form of modified teeth, which protects the animal's vulnerable eyes, believe the researchers, according to Gizmodo. the
The gentle giants, which can be up to 18 metres long and mainly feeds on plankton and fish, have no eyelids. Their eyes sit even completely out on the side of the head and is therefore very vulnerable in the environment around them.
Marinebiologerne have examined the living and the dead hvalhajers eyes. Hvalhajerne derived from the aquaria in both Japan and the UNITED states. It's never been done before, so found by the 'razor sharp' eyes is completely new, writes Gizmodo. the
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Modified teeth are also other places on the giant's body, in fact, is the whole body covered in them. You know to the modified teeth of other sharks also, but the whale shark is, according to Gizmodo, the only animals where you found them in the eyes.
These strange teeth protects the animal like a suit of armour against the dangers, but also reduces water friction against the body, so the whale shark can reach a higher speed under the water, according to Gizmodo.
in Addition, the researchers found also another remarkable thing about the whale shark:
It was able to draw the eye into øjenhulen, approximately half of the total eye diameter, according to Gizmodo.
It is easy enough to live without eyelids - if you well and the brand has teeth for eyes and is able to draw the eyes deep into his head at the command.
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