Mammoth Memory

Binocular vision

Humans and some other predatory animals, such as wolves, have two forward-facing eyes located side-by-side. This is called binocular. Because each eye views a scene from a slightly different angle, we get two separate images which are combined into one image in the brain. This is called stereoscopic vision, which makes what we see more three-dimensional and gives better perception of distance.

Binocular vision in predators and humans with eyes side by side and facing the same way provides the brain with one image, meaning depth and perception is much clearer at there are 2 eyes working on one image

The binoculars (binocular vision) gave the wolf excellent forward vision of the sheep.

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