Data from: A novel system for bi-ocular eye-tracking in vertebrates with laterally placed eyes

Luke P. Tyrrell, Shannon R. Butler, Jessica L. Yorzinski & Esteban Fernández-Juricic
1. Animals use vision to gather information about their environment and then use that information to make behavioural decisions that affect fitness. They will often move their heads or eyes to inspect areas of interest with their centres of acute vision, such as foveae, to gather high resolution information about potential mates, predation risks, or other aspects of the environment. Few studies to date have been able to accurately determine where laterally eyed animals direct...
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