How is vision different for hammerhead sharks than it is for other shark species?



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    Hammerhead sharks have evolved their uniquely shaped heads for the evolutionary purpose of seeing 360 degrees. The eyes are located on the end of the head which allows it to see prey in all direction. Additionally, the head is thought to help with stability and balance as well as provide a larger surface are for which the animal can use electroceptory sensors to attract food hiding in cracks and crevasses.

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