About the piece

Owls blink their eyes frequently, but unlike humans, they do not have eyelids that close completely. Instead, they have a third eyelid called a nictitating membrane that moves horizontally across the eye, providing protection and moistening the eye's surface without obstructing vision. This membrane also helps to clear away debris and keep the eye clean. Owls can voluntarily control the movement of this membrane, and it can be closed partially or fully depending on the situation.

  • Creator share 10%
  • File type image/gif
  • File size 7.71 MB
  • Category Animation
  • Owner @zbr