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If you’re a person with sight, your two eyes are your only window into the visual world. But slugs sees not only with their eyes, but also with thier brains.

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If you're a person with sight, your two eyes are your only window into the visual world. And while it might be hard to imagine seeing with any other part of your body, it's not actually so rare for other animals to use different organs for sight.