deep sea shrimp with 12 retina
This is part of a continuing series to show the amazing things that God has created. It also hopefully serves as an educational tool to show just how impossible random chance evolution really is.
In the deep sea, where light is dim and blue, animals with bigger eyes see better—but bigger eyes are more conspicuous to predators. In response, the small (10 mm to 17 mm), transparent crustacean Paraphronima gracilis has evolved a unique eye structure.
And there’s the question – evolved – or designed?