How a zebra's stripes put bloodthirsty flies into a tailspin

Thursday, February 21, 2019 - 08:33 in Biology & Nature

Animals This optical illusion serves a purpose. Why do zebras have stripes? Many have considered the classic quandary, Darwin included. Stripes could be camouflage, create herd-wide optical illusions to deter hungry…

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