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Eye Spy

Wild Ways Animals See the World

From the compound, pixelated vision of a bee to an eagle’s sharp gaze or a chameleon’s unique dexterity, explore the science of vision in a fun and fascinating look at some of nature’s most unique optics. Compare with human eyes and view the world from diverse perspectives by lifting the flaps over the eyes of a frog, bat, dog, cat, snake, and more for an up-close look at how animals perceive color, heat, depth, and motion.

Reviewed by Pallas Gates McCorquodale

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