Scientists Solve Mystery of Chameleon Eyes

October 28, 2015 02:42 PM
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Chameleons can move their eyes in different directions, and most scientists thought that meant that each eye worked independently from the other. Scientists in Israel say they have discovered, however, that chameleons' eyes are, in fact, highly coordinated. VOA's George Putic reports on this marvel of optics.