Chameleon fact from a chameleon girl: chameleon's eyes can actually move independantly of one another, meaning, the chameleon can move one eye wherever he wants without it effecting the other eye.

Chameleon fact from a chameleon girl: chameleon's eyes can actually move independantly of one another, meaning, the chameleon can move one eye wherever he wants without it effecting the other eye.

Animal eyes quiz: Can you work out which creatures these are from their eyes? - Telegraph

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Animal eyes quiz: Can you work out which creatures these are from their eyes? - Telegraph

I don't quite know what type of animal this is, but I think it's a reptile of some kind!

I don't quite know what type of animal this is, but I think it's a reptile of some kind!

Colorful smile by Jörg Raddatz on 500px ~ Portrait of a Veiled Chameleon (Chamaeleo calyptratus)

Colorful smile by Jörg Raddatz on 500px ~ Portrait of a Veiled Chameleon (Chamaeleo calyptratus)

Unique animals with amazingly unusual eyes

Unique animals with amazingly unusual eyes

the bright rainbow eye of this reptile is so cool as it makes it stand out from anyother close up

25 of the most amazing (and colorful) animal eyes i’ve ever seen

the bright rainbow eye of this reptile is so cool as it makes it stand out from anyother close up

Chameleon fact from a chameleon girl: chameleon's eyes can actually move independantly of one another, meaning, the chameleon can move one eye wherever he wants without it effecting the other eye.

Chameleon fact from a chameleon girl: chameleon's eyes can actually move independantly of one another, meaning, the chameleon can move one eye wherever he wants without it effecting the other eye.

Image: Ben Frantz Dale Chameleons have some of the most unique eyes in the entire animal kingdom. They do not have an upper and lower eyelid, but instead just have a cone with a small opening just big enough for their pupils. Each cone can be separately rotated and the chameleon can actually look at two separate things in completely different directions at the same time. This visual advantage makes them exceptionally adept at hunting flying insects as they quickly buzz by.

Image: Ben Frantz Dale Chameleons have some of the most unique eyes in the entire animal kingdom. They do not have an upper and lower eyelid, but instead just have a cone with a small opening just big enough for their pupils. Each cone can be separately rotated and the chameleon can actually look at two separate things in completely different directions at the same time. This visual advantage makes them exceptionally adept at hunting flying insects as they quickly buzz by.

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