JamesBurns
4 years ago10,000+ Views
Chameleon Eye
The angle, or amplitude, of eye movement in chameleons is very large for a vertebrate and the eyes move independently of each other. This allows a chameleon to watch an approaching object while simultaneously scanning the rest of its environment. Chameleon eyes protrude laterally from the head, giving the lizard panoramic sight. There's no sneaking up on these guys.
3 comments
sick
4 years ago·Reply
creepy that their eyes move sepereately
4 years ago·Reply
I am watching you
3 years ago·Reply
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