If Animals Had Eyes At The Front (Like Humans)

Have you ever wondered how animals would look like if they had eyes at the front – like humans? Well, wonder no more…

Animals with eyes at the front (like) humans look creepy and funny at the same time.

Animals with eyes at the front (like) humans look creepy and funny at the same time.

Animals with eyes at the front (like) humans look creepy and funny at the same time.

Animals with eyes at the front (like) humans look creepy and funny at the same time.

Animals with eyes at the front (like) humans look creepy and funny at the same time.

Animals with eyes at the front (like) humans look creepy and funny at the same time.

Animals with eyes at the front (like) humans look creepy and funny at the same time.

Animals with eyes at the front (like) humans look creepy and funny at the same time.

Animals with eyes at the front (like) humans look creepy and funny at the same time.

Animals with eyes at the front (like) humans look creepy and funny at the same time.

Animals with eyes at the front (like) humans look creepy and funny at the same time.

Animals with eyes at the front (like) humans look creepy and funny at the same time.

Animals with eyes at the front (like) humans look creepy and funny at the same time.

Animals with eyes at the front (like) humans look creepy and funny at the same time.

Animals with eyes at the front (like) humans look creepy and funny at the same time.

Animals with eyes at the front (like) humans look creepy and funny at the same time.

Animals with eyes at the front (like) humans look creepy and funny at the same time.

Animals with eyes at the front (like) humans look creepy and funny at the same time.

Animals with eyes at the front (like) humans look creepy and funny at the same time.

Animals with eyes at the front (like) humans look creepy and funny at the same time.

42 thoughts on “If Animals Had Eyes At The Front (Like Humans)”

  1. With the cartoonification of ..well everything… this ISN’T such a strange sight anymore, to be honest..

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  2. Their field of vision would be as limited as is that of humans and they would be caught in making visuals sense in a 3D world.

  3. The parakeet’s face looks a lot like a spider’s and I think the eyeball on the grouper are crooked…

  4. Usually, the eyes in front indicate a predator, and eyes on the side indicate prey. If you’re a predator, stereo vision (and depth perception) is more important for survival. But, if you’re prey, eyes on the side (and peripheral and “behind you”) vision is more important. So, I’m a bit confused by the pictures of dogs. Looking at my dog, her eyes seem to be more in front. Perhaps not as much as a human’s? We do have very narrow faces, after all.

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  5. :-), what a delicious moment of laugh! rigolo! we must look weirdos to the animals…

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  6. Some of this animals already have binocular vision (eyes in the front) they just moved the eyes closer together.

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