And what does the shape of an eyeball have to do with vision? . Your eyeballs will reach their maximum size when you hit puberty -- around 24 millimeters That means pigmentation of our irises isn't fully developed at birth;.
Answer: The eyeball is the only organism which does not grow from birth. It is fully grown when Eyeballs are the same size when you're born as when you die.
The transverse size of a human adult eye is approximately mm increasing from about 16–17 millimetres (about inch) at birth to.
The eyeball grows rapidly, increasing from about 16–17 millimetres (about inch) at birth to –23 mm (approx. in) by three years of age. By age