How Many Eyes Do Flies Have?


Flies have two compound eyes, one on each side of its head. Each compound eye has many individual facets, each representing a separate light-detecting unit.
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Common House Fly
Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Arthropoda Class: Insecta Order: Diptera Family: Muscidae Genus: Musca Species: Musca domestica
House flies are gray, approximately 6 mm (1/4 inch) long, with four dark longitudinal stripes on top of the thorax, or middle body region. The mouth parts of the house fly are adapted for sponging up liquids. They cannot... More »
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Flies are very fast and observant insects due to the great number of eyes they have. Most flies have approximately 2, 000 beady little eyes.
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Visually, if you look at a fly, you will see only two eyes but the eyes are made up of thousands of eyes that can scan over a large surface quickly.You can find more information here
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