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Cephalopods have camera-type eyes.  The Nautilus (one of the few which still has a shell) has a camera eye, but it is a pinhole camera.  The eyes of most cephalopods have adapted to life in deep water, but the Nautilus lives at relatively shallow depths in clear ocean water so they have evolved slightly differently. Source: The Biology of the Deep Ocean, Peter Herring OUP 2002

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Hammer head sharks have to keep on swimming in order to breathe. They can't sleep or stop, so they tend to go to places in the sea where there are strong currents which help them to relax.

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