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What animal can manipulate his eyes to look in different directions at the same time?

However, the chameleon’s brain and eyes do not work together thus, their binocular vision, stereopsis, depth perception are impaired and their distance vision is not like ours. As a result, chameleon’s use their instincts to find their prey. Once found, they fix themselves on the prey and adopte a binocular vision that lets them estimate distances.

Source: http://ophtasurf.free.fr/vue/animaux/oeil_cameleon.htm