Scientists finally found out how insects are kept away from zebras.
A stripe a day keeps the bug bites away!
Does this mean we see everything through a bird’s eye view?
The leading theory that explains why zebras are striped (remember the age old riddle? black stripes on white or white stripes on black?) is because it offers them protection against predators, by providing camouflage, as colour blind animals confuse the strips with tall grass in the savanna. A team of researchers from Hungary, however, offer a different, scientific take regarding the development