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Zoo Animal Identification: Seen One Zebra?

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   If you’ve seen one zebra, you’ve seen them all, right? That, it seems, is what nature
   wants us to think. Zebras live in herds. What a predator sees in the herd is one mass
   of stripes, like a conference of referees on a football field. It may be hard for that
   predator—a lion, leopard, cheetah, or hyena—to focus on one individual.

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Smithsonian's National Zoo

Smithsonian's National Zoo

Smithsonian's National Zoo