How Big Is a Human Eye?

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The human eye size can vary somewhat. On average, though, the human eye is about as big from the time the individual is born until he or she dies. So, when it comes to how big the human eye is, it is about 24 to 26 mm in size. This is about one inch in length. During a human's lifetime, the eye will only grow about 6mm in length. To compare the size of the human eye, consider it is about two-thirds of the size of a ping-pong ball.
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