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Field Of Vision
Due to the position of a Carps eyes, their field of vision is a lot wider than you may initially believe. Fish have two small blind spots - one in front of their nose and one behind their tale. Following on from the first blind spot in front of the nose, Carp has have an exceptionally high definition area of view that stretches back towards the pectoral fins. The girth of the Carp will block a portion of area from the carps vision, but at this point the carps line of sight has reached a low definition status. It is often concluded that a carps high definition sight is superior to ours because they live in such a challenging and different environment to our own.