The Daily Mail presnets Armenian photographer’s collection of close-up images of animal eyes

The British Daily Mail has published the latest collection by Armenian photographer Suren Manvelyan that reveals animal eyes in extreme close-up.

The collection collection features extreme close-up images showing eyes of animals, birds and reptiles.

The collection includes rodents, hyenas, lemurs, monkeys, tiger pythons, cats, dogs, snakes, birds, a fox and even a flying possum.

This eye is a close-up of the eye of a husky dog. Husky dog: Huskies mainly live in the Arctic and are known for having pale blue eyes. However, some species have been known to have brown, green and yellow eyes

Fennec Fox eyeFennec fox: The fennec is a small nocturnal fox that lives in the Sahara desert in Africa. Its eye resembles what paleontologists believe many dinosaur eyes to look like. The fox is known for its large ears, which help keep it cool

Lark eye close-upLark: Larks are passerine birds, also known as perching birds or songbirds. The majority live in dry regions, in northern and eastern Australia. Larks are medium-sized birds, between five to eight inches long and weigh between 15 and 75 grams

Long-eared owl eyeLong-eared owl: The long-eared owl is indigenous to Europe, Asia, and North America. It is between 12 to 16 inches long and has a wingspan of around 39 inches

Chinchilla eye close-upChinchilla: The chinchilla has the most distinctive pupil of Manveylan’s collection. It is a rodent native to the Andes mountains in South America. The name chinchilla means ‘little chincha’ and is named after the Chincha people of the Andes, who used to wear its fur

Each of the photos in Manveylan’s collection show the complex surface of individual animal eyes.

Many of Manveylan’s images were taken of animals in captivity at Yerevan Zoo in Armenia.

Manveylan’s Animal Eyes collection was a follow-up to his Your Beautiful Eyes series which features extreme close-up images of human eyes.

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