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Why do pupils dialate?

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Pupils dilate to allow light into they eye when viewing an image. Other reasons may include strong emotion, or moods. Interesting!

Amaya Greer

In dark conditions the pupil expands - or 'dilates' - to allow as much light as possible pass through.

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Why do pupils dialate?

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