A herd of was coming down some small hills in the Masai Mara and started moving right toward us for a spectacular view. It is not too often that I get pictures of herds/groups of elephants facing you head on, normally they will pass you at an angle not giving a ideal view.
Bo Sorensen ⋅
The zebra has horizontal elongated pupils that gives it wide angle vision even in sharp light when the pupil is nearly closed. This together with the eyes placed on each side of the head makes for close to 300° of vision. Very difficult to sneak upon a animal with that kind of sensory awareness.