Things Get Really Uncomfortable When Animals’ Eyes Are Moved To the Front of Their Heads
In case you never noticed, most animals don’t have their eyes squarely in front of their face like we humans do.
There are lots of biological and evolutionary reasons for this, including depth perception challenges, and the importance of noticing both predators and food.
But what if they did have eyes in the front of their head?
Well, as these Photoshopped images show, they a little more human…and a lot more goofy.
Take a look.