The bittern must raise its head toward the sky to see in front of it. binocularity can be seen in the mantis and wild fishing cat as both eyes appear to look directly at the viewer. the bush cricket can focus on an object in front of it with both eyes because there are indentations in the head that allow a line of sight. the senegalese chameleon, while capable of binocular focus, is also able to move its eyes independently to regard in different directions.
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