Eyes of a predator found (500 million years later)

Fossils more than 500 million years old, that demonstrate primitive animals had excellent vision, have been uncovered in South Australia.

The fossils found are compound eyes, made up of more than 3,000 lenses, similar to those found in many living insects. The eyes are more powerful than anything that has been found from that era and probably belonged to an active predator that was capable of seeing in dim light.

Read more at University of Adelaide