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How do animal perceive distances with their eyes and ears
I am studying how animals (including the human beings) can perceive distances thanks to their eyes and their ears. I am focusing on the fact that they always go in pairs: two eyes, two ears, etc. ...
Apr 13 '11 at 9:37
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