Eyes of octopus and mammals is an example of convergent or divergent evolution?

Eyes of octopus and mammals is an example of convergent evolution. Development of similar adaptive functional structures in unrelated groups of organisms is called convergent evolution. Divergent evolution involves the modification of organs to perform different functions as an adaptation to different environments. Convergent evolution creates analogous structures or ’homoplasies’ , those which have similar forms or functions between diverged species

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