Re: Early diets
23 May 94 09:10:24 MST

In article <MANI.94May20180636@Crissy.Stanford.EDU>, mani@Crissy.Stanford.EDU (Mani Varadarajan) writes:
> In article <> writes:
>> I have read that one of the differences between a herbivore and a carnivore is
>> the postioning of the eyes. Herbivores having eyes on the sides of their heads
>> for maximum field of vision to spot carnivores, and carnivores having eyes on
>> the front to give binocular vision and better 3-d vision.
> How does this theory explain gorillas, chimpanzees, and orangutans,
> all of whom are essentially herbivores?
> I don't think we can make a generalization either way.
> Mani

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hurry and never once consider that some animals with binocular vision are not

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