This is indeed a very unusual trait, something I'd love to be able to investigate!These are called Liusha and Dosha eyes. This is not due to any diseases and Chinese people says that this trait is inheritable. The tiny black dots in eyes can freely move in eye when bird moves or shaken. All pics are of one bird only and this trait is visible only in one eye.
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The following was posted on Facebook by Malik Hamza (User Hamza on this forum):
The term eye floater refers to deposits found in the vitreous body of the eye, which is the gel-like material covering the back of the eyeball. The vitreous may liquefy and bunch together to form tiny strings or balls. Individuals see eye floaters when they experience specks, lines, and spots, floating into their vision when looking at a blank surface. For most individuals, eye floaters are a minor inconvenience and aren't much of a cause for concern, but in rare cases patients find they cause a significant disruption to their vision.