The Four-eyed Fish has… two eyes. Each one divided in two!
Each eye has two pupils and two retinas, one to see above water, the other below.
Each eye has just one lens, but it’s uniquely shaped to see up in the air and down in the water simultaneously.
Carefully swimming with the upper eye halfs above water lets Four-eyes hunt for prey and look out for eagles at the same time.
Has a face like a frog in a dungeon.