Credit: DR MORLEY READ/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: Close-up of the eye of a Berthold's bush anole (Polychrus gutturosus spurrelli), a type of lizard. This anole's eyes move independently, and function similarly to those of a chameleon, although they belong to a different family and are found on different continents. This is an example of convergent evolution. Filmed in tropical dry forest on the Pacific coast of Ecuador.

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Berthold's bush anole eye, close-up

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