Mammoth Memory

Monocular vision

Animals that are preyed upon such as horses, fish and many birds have monocular vision, with one eye on each side of their head. This gives a wider field of view for spotting predators but poor depth perception.

Monocular vision gives animals a wider field of vision but poor depth perception

The horse always wore the monocle (monocular vision) on one side of her face.

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