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Scientists at Indiana University have succeeded in making a third eye grow on the forehead of a beetle, and it wasn’t just for their entertainment! In fact, scientists have been trying to study evolution by growing extra eyes on fruit flies for many years, but in places they don’t usually belong, like on wings or legs. The development of a functional third eye on a beetle’s forehead is the first recorded success.
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