Curious Wound

It’s a general rule that predators have eyes that face forward, whereas herbivores and other prey animals have eyes that face to the sides.

But how does that account for animals like some lizards that can rotate their eyes around?  Do they change their eye positions depending on how they’re feeling that morning?  If so, then can you tell apart lizards suffering from paranoia because they’re always looking to the side?

I dunno.  But I sure do think strange thoughts when I’m hungry.

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