How Do Whales See?
Your eyes are in front of your head. So you see what is in front of you and some of what is on either side. Your brain connects what both of your eyes see into one wide image. This is called binocular vision. But whales’ eyes are on the sides of their heads. Each eye sees a separate view. This type of vision is called monocular vision. In this experiment, you will find out what it’s like to have monocular vision.
DIY -- See Like a Whale