What Do Human Eyes Have In Common With Ancient Insects?

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Insect eyes are pretty amazing, and some new research shows that we might have more in common with them than we thought. According to the National Eye Institute and Phys.org, fossilized flies from 54 million years ago had eyes that captured light in the same way as human eyes do today, and this new discovery has potential to tell us a lot about the evolution of sight. Head over to Phys.org to learn more about this research, which was originally published in Nature