What is the difference between cow eyes and human eyes?

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The cows eyes are larger than human eyes. They are oval, instead of a circle, and they human eye is much more flexible than a cows. While humans can move their eyes to see, a cow can not. They have to turn their head. Cows also have a Tapetum, which allows light to reflect off the retina. This allows animals eyes to glow at night, unlike human eyes.
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The radius of the average cow eyeball is about 1/2 inch (15mm) with a diameter of 1.2 inches (30mm) The human eyeball size varies, but on average it is 1 inch (24mm) However, every
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One difference between cow eyes and human eyes is that cows eyes are much larger than humans eyes. Cow eyes are also darker than human eyes. Human eyes are much smaller than cow eyes
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Cow eyes are like ours, except that they have only 4
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I did this in Biology - the cow's eye is bigger, its iris is only one color, it has a tapetum, its corneas are tougher. Hope it helped :)
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What are the Differences Between a Cow Eye & Human Eye?
The eyeballs of humans and the eyeballs of cows have a similar structure overall. Both have the sclera, which is the white part of the eyeball, cornea or the clear structure over the iris and pupil, lens, vitreous fluid, retina and choroid. The choroid... More »
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