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 Why is one pupil bigger than the other in a 2 month old baby boy?

Answer check out google for something called congenital anisocoria.
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Why does one eye look bigger than the other, and have more eyelashes than the other?

Its normal, none of your body partys will be exactly the same Like your arms, one might be longer than the other. The same goes for your legs, eyes, nostrils, ears, etc :)
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Is it normal for the pupil of your one eye to be larger than the other?

Yeah, I don't know how common it is, but it's not unnatural or dangerous or anything. No part of anyone's body is perfectly symmetrical. Probably, your right eye needs more light than your left to ... Read More »
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What Happens When There Is More Light in One Pupil Than the Other One?

The human eye is a complex organ. It allows us to see, interpret shapes and colors, as well as dimensions of objects. Light enters the eye and passes through many components before it gets to the o... Read More »
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Why is it easier for a baby to survive when it is born in the eighth month rather than the sixth month?

A baby does not have well developed lungs and other vital organs to survive on its own until later in the pregnancy. it is always best to be as close to 40 weeks as possible.
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