I believe that it’s Patinopecten caurinus (weathervane scallop) with about 100 eyes. The tiny bright blue eyes can detect motion, light and dark and can regrow injured eyes. Scroll to the bottom of the link to see some of the eyes.
Behind the animal listed above is the Box jellyfish, with only twenty-four eyes. Recent research has shown that the Box jellyfish only uses a few of its eyes to avoid collisions and to navigate around the seabed by detecting contrasts in light intensity.
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