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Zebra Trio by Rudi Hulshof
Biologists say Zebras' stripes are a form of camoflage called "motion dazzle." When a herd moves together, their stripes blur the boundaries between individuals, so they appear to one large animal. This is believed to confuse predators & make it harder to pick out a single animal to attack, improving their chance of survival.
Zebra Picture -- Animal Wallpaper -- National Geographic Photo of the Day
Wildlife photographer David Farrow was just inches away from a lionness when he captured this rare image for his new book. (PA) | Close-ups ...
Zebras (Equus quagga) on the open plains in Addo Elephant National Park in Africa, by Mario Moreno