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Striking Looking Stripes - Zebra - South Africa

AndreaEL

Gore, New Zealand

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On our travels through the Kruger Park we came across this little family… Zebras are one of a handful of single-toed hoofed animal species, a category that also includes donkeys, horses and asses. The single hoof is probably an adaptation that helps them run fast on hard ground. Zebras are the most striking-looking of the animals in this family. Why stripes? When zebras are grouped together, their stripes make it hard for a predator to pick out one zebra to chase. Different zebra species have different types of stripes, from narrow to wide. In fact, the further south on the African plains you travel, the farther apart the stripes on the zebras get. The stripes may also help deter bloodsucking insects. Kruger National Park South Africa October 2013… Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ200

Striking Looking Stripes – Zebra

Striking Looking Stripes – Zebra – South Africa

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