Science Reveals Why Zebras Have Stripes

Experts have come up with many different hypotheses over the years, including that the zebra stripes act as camouflage to confuse predators, or that they help to control the animal’s body heat, but the latest study shows that the stripes are probably used to keep biting insects like horseflies and tsetse flies away.

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