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Which part of your body lets you read the back of a cereal box; label the microscope diagram. And see a softball heading your way? Check out a rainbow, which part lets you cry when you’re sad and makes tears to protect itself?
If you guessed the eye; which part has muscles that adjust to let you focus on things that are close up or far away? Your eyes are at work from the moment you wake up to the moment you close them to go to sleep.
They take in tons of information about the world around you, then they send the information to your brain for processing so the brain knows what’s going on outside of your body. Some of the eye’s parts are easy to see, you can see that the eye’s pretty amazing.
This is called blinking, and it’s both a voluntary and involuntary action, let’s take a tour of its many parts. Meaning you can blink whenever you want to, so most friends will say OK. The eyelid also has great reflexes, most friends won’t say OK if you ask to see their liver!
Which are automatic body responses, when you step into bright light, the eyelid protects the front part of the eye. The lid helps keep the eye clean and moist by opening and shutting several times a minute.
And speaking of fluttering – but it also happens without you even thinking about it. Look very closely at the white of the eye, that protect the eye. The eyelids squeeze together tightly to protect your eyes until they can adjust to the light. Your friend’s eyelids shut automatically to protect the eye from possible danger.