A chameleon can move his eyes independently, using one to look for food and the other to watch out for someone wanting to make him lunch. When the chameleon spots a tasty insect, he points both his eyes in the same direction, switching seamlessly to binocular vision. This helps to increase his depth perception and aim to pinpoint accuracy as he shoots out his sticky tongue to catch the unsuspecting bug. Come meet Cornelius our Chameleon and many more animals at the Zoozort Live animal show on June 9th at 1:00pm. It’s entertaining, informational and hands on! Contact the Neenah Public Library for more information about this event.