Why do zebras have stripes? Mystery finally solved
Friday, April 4, 201412:01 AM(View: 8001)
Wow, I have always found their stripes to be beautiful...
The purpose of the stripes has been an evolutionary puzzle that's generated five main hypotheses over the past 140 years: They are camouflage; they confuse predators; they manage the animals' body heat; they have an unknown social function; and they ward off tsetse and horseflies.
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