We all imagine pupils to be round but the pupil in a goat’s eye is rectangular in shape.
This gives goats a vision that covers 320 - 340 degrees; this means they can see virtually all that is around them without having to move.
Animals with such rectangular shaped pupils can see better at night because they are larger and can be closed more tightly during the day to restrict light.
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