We can add a few more to the list. There long extinct ancestors of fish that had a third eye. A remnant of this eye can be found in some lizards, tadpoles and other amphibians. Many species of jellyfish and shellfish have a great many eyes. Some of them will be an odd number I'm sure.
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A small crustacean commonly called a "tadpole" or "tadpole shrimp" has three eyes. It's scientific name is triops-cancriformis. Triops means "three eyes".