Evaluate Seeing is Believing

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Discipline:
Science
Subject:
Animals
Grade:
4

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Evaluate Seeing is Believing

Vision is one example of an adaptation. Different animals have different kinds of vision.

Predatory birds, such as the eagle, have acute distance and depth of vision similar to telescopic vision. Predatory birds do not have tunnel vision, however, as the word "telescope" might suggest; they have exceptional peripheral vision. This adaptation allows the birds to see their prey from great distances.

Kaleidoscope

Fisheye Mirror

Seeing is Believing!

Vision

Eagle

Owl

The owl, just like the eagle, also has binocular vision.

Binocular

Insects, such as the fly, have compound eyes. Each facet of their eye functions like a separate eye, which gives insects exceptional peripheral vision.

Fly

The fly has exceptional peripheral vision which allows it to detect predators.

Trout

Fish have eyes with wide-angle perception.

Fish have eyes with wide-angle perception. They can easily see predators, prey, and other food sources.


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