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Teaching physics in the context of medicine or biology is a way to generate students' interest in physics. A more uncommon type of eye, the scallop's eye (an eye with a spherical concave mirror, which is similar to a Newtonian or Schmidt telescope) and the image-forming mechanism in this eye are described. Also, a simple eye model, which can easily be constructed and used in physics classes, is presented.doi:10.1088/0031-9120/44/2/009 fatcat:x3nvk6hahraehif6cqkwhy4a24