The correct option is D Eye of octopus, bat and man
The camera eye of the octopus is very similar to that of humans; phylogenetic and embryological analyses have suggested that their camera eyes have been acquired independently. It has been known as a typical example of convergent evolution.
Divergent evolution is the process in which a trait held by a common ancestor evolves into different variations over time.
A common example of divergent evolution is the vertebrate limb, brain and heart. Because they share a common evolutionary origin, these are examples of homologous structures.