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Fruit Fl(eyes)

Researchers have discovered that fruit flies can't move their eyes relative to their head, so to overcome this they move their retinas instead. Using a fluorescent molecule that binds to muscle fibers, the scientists initially found the insect has two muscles attached to each of their retinas - allowing the retina to move back and forth, and up and down.

From Insight-Feb 2023

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