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  • This food looks good, but how am I able to see it?
  • First, Light passes through the Cornea and Iris which control light hitting the pupil. The pupil then contractsor expands to let light towards the Retina.
  • What is the next step in the process?
  •  The light is then refracted onto the Retina where rods and cones produce nervous impulses and are then sent through the optic nerve to the brain.
  • And do those nervous impulses become what we see?
  • Yes! The nervous impulses travel to the Occipital lobe where they are then made into images.
  • Did you know that when you look at something you eat, you’re able to better describe the taste and texture rather than doing it blind. In fact, when scientists changed the color of a food, tasters thought it was two foods rather than one just differently colored.
  • Wow that's amazing!
  • I know right! Isn't Anatomy amazing?
  • Um, that's a lot of milk, are you going to drink it all?
  • Oh, yeah, I guess so. Here goes!
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