Can you see in two directions at once?
A chameleon can focus on two things separately: one with each eye. This is called ‘monocular’ vision. It can then switch to ‘binocular’ vision by focussing both eyes together. This increases the chameleon's accuracy as it quickly shoots out it's sticky tongue to capture some lunch.
Imagine being at the dinner table with a chameleon and reaching for a chocolate cookie, only to be beaten by a long, gooey tongue!
Ingredients: Lychees, asparagus, figs, bitter lemon fruit, and sin qua (Asian vegetable).