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Close ups of the human eye

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This human eye video close-upvia io9’s Incredible Photographs of Fractals Found in the Natural World, was filmed by AJ Korkidakis. The one below, which isn’t as crisp but goes into more detail about the eye’s different parts, is from a series by Paul Price on Extreme Detail

YouTuber Lifeoftheunknown has another closeup:

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