Side-by-side pics visualize how animals see the world differently from us: Neat-o! I wish they’d done equine vision too. Horses can’t adjust the focus of their eye very well, but the top, middle, and bottom have different focal points. So they’ll raise their head to see better far away, and they’ll lower their head to see better up close. Also, they’re extremely sensitive to motion in the distance: Lila will often spot movement on the horizon two or three miles away that I would have missed entirely.
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