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Do Dogs Have Two Sets of Eyelids?

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Dogs have three sets of eyelids. Two of the eyelids are used for protecting the eye, while the third one acts as a sort of wind shield that protects the other two. Camels and dogs are the only animals that have three eyelids.
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