Eye-daptation!
A wild look at determining your animal eyesight

Are you an eagle eye? Blind as a bat? Based on your vision profile, find out what type of animal eyes you would have.

1

When you were in class, in
order to see the board you’d sit…

2

When looking for your car in the parking lot…

3

When a fly ball is hit to you…

4

When driving
at night…

5

People look at your clothes and think…

6

If you were asked to testify
as an eyewitness…

7

When you go to the eye doctor…

You’re an ostrich!

Why? Because an ostrich’s eyes are bigger than its brain. And, based on your answers, you may have some issues with memory or processing what you see. A visit to the eye doctor might not fix all your problems, but you should go nonetheless.

Do the smart thing. Get an eye exam!

The information above does not constitute as medical advice or diagnosis. See your eye care provider for an accurate assessment of your vision

You’re a mole!

Moles aren’t technically blind. But their vision is so poor and they use it so infrequently that in some cases flaps of skin literally grow over their eyes. You might benefit from a pair of transition lenses, which become darker in sunlight. As always, make sure your prescription is up-to-date.

Avoid tunnel vision. Get an eye exam!

The information above does not constitute as medical advice or diagnosis. See your eye care provider for an accurate assessment of your vision

You’re a gorilla!

And that’s not necessarily a bad thing. Gorillas have vision very close to human vision, with many of the same strengths and weaknesses. Still, it’s important for you to schedule annual eye exams to maintain your healthy vision.

Quit monkeying around. Get your eye exam today!

The information above does not constitute as medical advice or diagnosis. See your eye care provider for an accurate assessment of your vision

You’re a
Siberian Husky!

Your answers – like a Husky’s eyes – didn’t match. Huskies can be parti-eyed or bi-eyed, meaning that they can have different colors in the same eye or two different-colored eyes. Either way, make sure you’re seeing an eye doctor once a year. He or she will have a better diagnosis.

Your eyes work like a dog. Get an eye exam!

The information above does not constitute as medical advice or diagnosis. See your eye care provider for an accurate assessment of your vision

You’re a bat!

Bats aren’t technically blind, but they rely on sonar more than sight. Luckily for you, you’re a human and there are ways to correct your vision. Make sure you’re scheduling annual eye exams.

Fly over to a provider for an eye exam!

The information above does not constitute as medical advice or diagnosis. See your eye care provider for an accurate assessment of your vision

You’re an eagle!

Well, not exactly. If you swapped your eyes for an eagle's, you could see an ant crawling on the ground from the roof of a 10-story building. But you have excellent vision, but it’s still important to schedule annual eye exams. Eye exams help to keep your eyes healthy and provide early detection of common illnesses.

Don’t wing it with your eyes. Get an eye exam!

The information above does not constitute as medical advice or diagnosis. See your eye care provider for an accurate assessment of your vision

You’re a horse!

Horses have developed excellent peripheral vision and can see essentially anything going on around them … except for anything going on in the area right in front of their noses. In humans, this could be a sign of macular degeneration, or you are just “one of those people!” There is no cure for either, but some treatments can delay the progression of macular degeneration or even improve vision.

Quit horsing around. Get an eye exam!

The information above does not constitute as medical advice or diagnosis. See your eye care provider for an accurate assessment of your vision