|Because of monocular vision, budgerigars have a wide field of view. Photo © nkj.ru|
A budgerigar's eyes are positioned on opposite sides of their head, giving it the ability to see two objects at once - or two predators, coming from different angles. This is a big advantage in the wild.
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Budgie Vision (3)
Budgie Vision (2)
Budgie Vision (1)