In 19th century an Eskimo blinded by the ferocious glare of sun on snow, carved a slit in a piece of bone and strapped it over eyes.

This was a turning point.

Sunglasses had just been invented.

In 19th century an Eskimo blinded by the ferocious glare of sun on snow, carved a slit in a piece of bone and strapped it over eyes.

This was a turning point.

Sunglasses had just been invented.

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