No, an infant's eyeball is about 65 to 75% the size of a grown person's eyeball. They do get bigger, mostly before puberty.
An adult male giraffe's eyeball is around the size of a golf ball. Giraffes have long thick eyelashes, surrounding the eyeball.
the brain of an ostrich is 5cm smaller than its eyeball.
An infant's eyes are between 65 and 75 percent of their adult size.
big they can proble be bigger then your mouth
its about the same size as a squirrel
The size of your respiratory system depends on how big you are. It gradually gets larger as you grow from an infant to an adult.
For a newborn infant, definitely. For a teenager, not that much. For an adult, not really.
about the same size af st marys school
Size of the eye doesn't change with age. The average size of a human eyeball is 2.4 cm.