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Not the zombie apocalypse nor the Squawking Dead, but this blue beauty is giving us a demo of her nictitating membrane. It is also known as the third eyelid, The term,comes from Latin. Nictare
means to blink What makes the nictitating membrane different from the upper and lower eyelids is the fact that it moves horizontally, across the eyeball. Many diving animals use it for protecting their eyes while they are swimming underwater and in these species it is transparent. The nictitating membrane is so vital that among mammals reptiles amphibians and birds the norm is for a species to have this third eyelid and those which do not possess one – such as ourselves – are the odd ones out. Azure Kingfisher. .