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Re: Fighting iguanas photo


The text mentions that the lizards can detect aerial predators with the
"parietal eye." I had thought that the opening and lens were to monitor
light for detecting changes in the seasons, or some other very basic use.
Can it actually "see" approaching objects?

-- Donna Braginetz

> OK--they're not dinosaurs but New Scientist has a photo of two
> fighting iguanas that should be seen:
> text: