Go on, I dare you to say Beetlejuice three times – but before you cower behind the sofa, you might want to peel back your eyes.
It turns out that the humble diving beetle has the ability to grow bifocals all by themselves.
The complexity of this appears to be mind boggling in its own right, not to mention eye-popping! It’s astounded many a boffin across several labs already and according to the men in white coats, a study into the eye development of a diving beetle has found its eye parts change significantly as a result of moulted larvae.
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