Yes they do, normally I would have guessed that the eyes were full of something, but having seen this I assumeNot a perfect photo, but I hope its interesting.
Found this guy flapping around near my pond, he couldn't fly properly, he'd keep tipping upside down
and flap around on the ground. So I took him indoors to save him from the birds. Although I tried to feed him he died the next day. Just wonder if he was "born" that way or if a bird got him?
His eyes look deflated
What and how did you try to feed him?
that they are just a mass of optic cells on some kind of carrier structure, and that got pushed in somehow.
We tried to give him small mealyworms. Put them down in front of him, but I guess he couldn't see them.