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One day Susan and her dad went to the point to bird watch.
They used their binoculars to see all the different types of birds there.
As they watched the birds Susan began to become curious.
How do our binoculars make the birds look closer?
An objective lens placed at one end of the binocular collects light to focus in the eyepiece lens. This creates a magnified image.
This process makes it look like the birds are closer and bigger than they actually are when we look through the binocular.
The two went home after a successful day of birdwatching.
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