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Blind Spot Snack

Learn how to locate and observe the blind spots in your eyes. The eye's retina receives and reacts to incoming light and sends signals to the brain, allowing you to see. There is, however, a part of the retina that
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Learn how to locate and observe the blind spots in your eyes. The eye's retina receives and reacts to incoming light and sends signals to the brain, allowing you to see. There is, however, a part of the retina that doesn't give you visual information. This is your eye's blind spot.

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