The Sense Of Sight

UNDATED PHOTO: The legendary British naturalist and wildlife expert, Sir David Attenborough, has his eyes measured and matched for his wax replica at Madame Tussads' Wax Museum1992 in London, England. It is widely believed that sight is the most complex of the five senses. It is also often thought to be our most valued, so much so that scientists are engaged in a constant endeavor to fully understand sight so that they may better fight the seemingly endless battle against blindness. (Photo by Joe McNally/Getty Images)
UNDATED PHOTO: The legendary British naturalist and wildlife expert, Sir David Attenborough, has his eyes measured and matched for his wax replica at Madame Tussads' Wax Museum1992 in London, England. It is widely believed that sight is the most complex of the five senses. It is also often thought to be our most valued, so much so that scientists are engaged in a constant endeavor to fully understand sight so that they may better fight the seemingly endless battle against blindness. (Photo by Joe McNally/Getty Images)
The Sense Of Sight
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Credit:
Joe McNally / Contributor
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72497807
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Hulton Archive
Date created:
January 01, 1992
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Hulton Archive
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