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Default Another piece of trivia someone told me

I was talking to a good friend who does underwater photography & we got to talking about flash, fish's cone of vision, what part of the dry fly a fish sees first, & the basic structure of a fish's eye. He brought up something that I just never gave any thought to.
When you take a fish out of water it's eye's sag down & the iris becomes off center. I've seen a few mounts that were done from photos & the eyes were put in slightly off center as the photo showed. If you look at a fish in the water the eye's bulge out evenly but gravity takes it's toll when you lift it out of the water. I know that this is trivial trivia & probably not worth posting but I posted it as a ...What do you Think?????
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