NATURAL SELECTION by Shelby Thompson
The rabbits on the right have eyes on the side of their head.
The rabbits on the left have eyes near the front of their head.
Because the rabbits on the right have eyes on the sides of their head, they have a vision of almost 360 degrees,
Giving them an ability to detect predators from behind them.
Sadly, the rabbits on the left end up getting caught by the predators because they could not see them coming.
Later, the rabbits with the almost 360-degree vision mate with each other,
which brings a new generation of rabbits with the same kind of vision.
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