2014-Southern Africa Safari - 1000Places
...while others try to blend in with the parched brush.  Some zoologists believe that a zebra's black-and-white stripes are a type of camouflage called disruptive coloration that both conceals the zebra and should the zebra be seen, confuses predators by distorting distance.


...while others try to blend in with the parched brush. Some zoologists believe that a zebra's black-and-white stripes are a type of camouflage called disruptive coloration that both conceals the zebra and should the zebra be seen, confuses predators by distorting distance.