How far can a flea jump?
There are many different types of fleas in the Pulicidae family of fleas. For example, a dog Flea (Ctenocephalides canis) lives on a dog, but other species of fleas live on other animals.
The flea is tiny, growing to about 3 millimetres (an eighth of an inch) long, which is about the size of a sesame seed.
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What is an animal’s Arc of Vision?
An Arc of Vision (AoV) is also known as the Field of View (FoV) or the Field of Vision (FoV) or the Visual Field.
It is the view that an animal can see when its head, and the eye, are still. Can it see all around it – on all sides – or can it only see what is in front of it?
Monocular vision is what can be seen with one eye, and binocular vision is what can be seen with two eyes.
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What does horizontal, vertical, and oblique mean?
If an object is horizontal, it is parallel (level) to the ground and the horizon. A snake is horizontal when it slithers on the ground. Humans are horizontal when they are sleeping or lying on the ground.
If an object is vertical, it is up and down. A tree is vertical. Humans are vertical when they are standing up.
If an object is oblique, it is at an angle. It is not horizontal and it is not vertical.
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