One of the best visual fields belongs to rabbits. They have nearly 360-degree vision. As a result, they are able to see not just in front of them but also up, down, on both sides, and behind them. It won't even be necessary for a rabbit to crane its head upward for it to view the sky or its master grinning down on it. Rabbits also have a propensity for having farsightedness. This implies that they can clearly see distant things or animals. This includes anything forward or behind, up, down, side to side, or up. Even though they are closer to the ground, rabbits are more likely to spot an aeroplane than you are.