The floating squiggled line which sometimes show up within the field of vision unexpectedly occur when the vitreous gel-like substance of the eye helping it maintain a round shape, slowly shrinks. This substance fills approximately 80% of the eyeball itself. As the substance shrinks, it becomes somewhat stranded, and these strands can cast tiny shadows on the retina causing the observer to see floating squiggled lines...
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