Compound eyes: The visual apparatus of today’s horseshoe crabs goes back 400 million years

The extinct sea scorpion species Jaekelopterus rhenaniae had eyes comparable to those of today’s horseshoe crabs. The two-and-a-half-meter predator was particularly apt at perceiving contrasts and contours under water.
Paleontology News — ScienceDaily

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