The black pigment in the eye which reduces the internal reflection is located in
(a): The black pigment in the eye, which reduces the internal reflection is known as retina. It is the inner most coat of the eyeball and it is a thin, light sensitive nervous layer. The external coat of the eyeball is known as sclerotic but in front of the sclerotic, there is a transparent connective tissue called cornea. Iris is the pigmented part present in front of choroid.