Can werewolves see behind themselves?
One animal known to be able to see completely behind itself without turning its head is the rabbit (I’ve heard there may only be one or two others in the animal kingdom that can do this). This explains why it’s hard to creep up on a rabbit. Sometimes it may seem like a werewolf can also see behind him/herself without turning his head, because werewolves always seem to know exactly where their prey is. It is true that it is almost impossible to sneak up on a werewolf. Werewolves however, like wolves, and like humans, would need to turn their heads to see directly behind them. The field of vision of both eyes do not link up behind its head like those of a rabbit. Werewolves have “two-eyed” vision which most beasts of prey have, which enables them to judge pouncing distance. In combination with this however, werewolves also have a heightened sense of smell and hearing, enabling them to locate their prey. They also are extremely fast, so once they have located and decided to attack their prey, they are quick to find it…making it seem like they always knew where it was to begin with.