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Can a fish see one object with two eyes?

Question #148403. Asked by mariappank511.
Last updated Oct 12 2021.
Originally posted Apr 14 2021 1:39 AM.

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It seems 2 eyes..............aye! Provided whatever they are looking at is directly ahead of them.
The Sensory World of Coral Reef Fishes In front, a fish can view an object with both eyes to create binocular vision and improved depth perception. ... Light entering the eye is focused on the retina by a spherical lens that moves away from or toward the retina to accommodate objects near or far.

Response last updated by CmdrK on Oct 12 2021.
Apr 14 2021, 3:55 AM
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