|Does Bigfoot have X-ray vision?|
Do Sasquatches Have X-Ray Vision?
The Answer Is Probably Yes, But There’s More…
By Dorraine Fisher
We do a lot of guessing about Sasquatch. And so many super powers have been assigned to them, that it’s hard to determine what might be fact and what might be fiction. But according to new findings in science, these creatures as we understand them likely have X-ray vision. But guess what. So do you.
Animals that have eyes on the sides of their head like rabbits, horses, snakes, fish, etc. have adapted a panoramic view of their environment; the ability to scan a vast expanse for food and for danger. They can even see behind themselves. But what about those creatures that have forward facing eyes like humans, tigers, monkeys, and sasquatches as we understand them? What purpose could they serve?
Since we don’t have the visual capabilities of other animals, we might think that our forward facing eyes are a handicap. But they’ve actually evolved for a very good reason: to cut through the clutter of our world…or the world we once inhabited. As we were once mostly dense forest and jungle dwellers in the beginning, our eyes evolved accordingly to compensate for this terrain.
But you say you don’t believe you have this ability? Take this test:
Take your index finger and lay it vertically on the bridge of your nose and look straight ahead. When you do this, do you notice you can see right through you finger? If you close one eye, the finger blocks your view and your field of vision is greatly narrowed. But with both eyes open, you can see right through it. This is more correctly called binocular vision, and you’ve evolved this way because it was important for your ancestors’ existence.
This ability is only adapted by certain animals that live in leafy environments with many obstacles. It gives them the ability to visually "see through" some of that vegetation so they can navigate through it faster and more easily chase food and run away from danger.
Binocular vision works like a very bright light shining on the objects right in front of us that would block our view, allowing us a deeper view of the world ahead of us. And it works really well as long as the distance between your eyes is wider than the objects in your way. The forward facing eyes help us to see a denser area around ourselves. This is an advantage that animals with sideways facing eyes don’t have. For them, it was necessary to see things that were very far away in a wide area. But for us and Bigfoot there was no such need. So we developed this very different visual skill that’s just as amazing.
You may have noticed this trait in yourself before but thought it was some kind of optical illusion. We’ve always been told that, as humans, our eyes are flawed and substandard in the animal world. So if you’ve been feeling a little jealous of Bigfoot and all their purported amazing abilities, you can claim this one also for yourself. *******DF
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