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Researchers studied which eye horses used to look at new objects. Their findings were unexpected.
Posted by Christa Lesté-Lasserre, MA | Feb 6, 2022
Horses tend to look at scary or surprising things with one eye—but the eye they choose depends on the individual horse.
Previous study results have suggested horses investigate new and scary objects mainly with the left eye and, hence, the right brain. New research by Italian behaviorists, however, has revealed the “unexpected” finding that horses use whichever eye—and brain hemisphere—they prefer on an individual basis when they’re tackling sources of potentially negative emotions...
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