Being only about 1″ wide, 1″ deep and 0.9″ tall, the eye is a compact and amazingly complex organ.
The tough, outermost layer of the eye is called the sclera. This maintains the shape of the eye. The front part of this layer is clear and is called the cornea. All light must first pass through the cornea when it enters the eye. Attached to the sclera are six muscles that move the eye, called the extraocular muscles.
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