Chameleon fact from a chameleon girl: chameleon's eyes can actually move independantly of one another, meaning, the chameleon can move one eye wherever he wants without it effecting the other eye.
For Bowen <3
Chameleon's colorful eye ... awesome colors
Wonderful World Wildlife.
the bright rainbow eye of this reptile is so cool as it makes it stand out from anyother close up
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Spiral in nature
A gecko licks the morning dew off its eyeballs. This gecko is found on coastal sand dunes in Namibia. Photo by Isak Pretorius
Animal eyes quiz: Can you work out which creatures these are from their eyes? - Telegraph
Fantastic blue green orb of a reptilian eye. Curated for your pinning pleasure by prolabdigital.com.
Windows to the soul. (Amazing eyes)
Beautiful. Amazing bugs, reptiles and amphibians photographed by Igor Siwanowicz.
Reptiles Arachnids Amphibians
Chameleon Eye - The eyes of chameleons allow 360˚ vision because they are mounted on conical turrets that can move independently of each other.
I don't quite know what type of animal this is, but I think it's a reptile of some kind!