Studying mammals: The social climbers
Studying mammals: The social climbers

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Figure 3: Bradbury, J. W. and Vehrencamp, S.L. (1998) Principles of Animal Communication, Sinauer Associates, Inc. ©
Figure 3: Bradbury, J. W. and Vehrencamp, S.L. (1998) Principles of Animal Communication, Sinauer Associates, Inc.
Figure 3 Fields of view in (a) a rabbit with laterally pointing eyes and (b) a monkey with forward-pointing eyes. The field of view from the left eye is shown pink, and that from the right eye is shown blue; the regions where the fields overlap (shown purple) are areas of binocular vision

 3.4 Stereoscopic vision

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