Jeepers, Creepers. Where the Heck Did You Get Those Peepers?

Last week, we asked you to pick out human eyes from animal eyes that look similar. It was probably harder than you expected. This week’s eyeball challenge, again courtesy of some great photographs by Suren Manvelyan, might be even harder. Can you tell which very inhuman-looking eyes (bigger images below) belong to which animals? 

Here’s a list of animals to choose from: anole lizard, caiman (an alligator-like reptile), camel, common basilisk lizard, cow, fennec fox, hippopotamus, lemur

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