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Shimmerings
Enchanted Learning® Photoblog      Posted August 18, 2013   9:58 am

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The Tower Bridge over the Thames River
 
The Tower Bridge over the Thames River

What the Tower Bridge in London would look like if your eyes were on the sides of your head! (Don't be fooled by the photograph—the bridge is straight.)

Eyes on the sides of the head are typically found on animals that are prey, since they need good peripheral vision to avoid predators. Predators most commonly have eyes in front of the head, for better depth perception as they pursue their prey.
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Date taken: June 30, 2013
Place taken: London, England
Mitchell Spector
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