Scientists explain why zebras are striped
For this they conducted a new study on mannequins.
A group of scientists led by Gabora Horhsam from the Department of biological physics at the University of etvos Lorand in Hungary decided to prove the practical use of the black and white color Zebra.
It is no secret that bold stripes — not the best option for herbivorous animal in the African Savannah. Previously, scientists have found that the Zebra, unlike other animals, less biting insects. This time, the experts decided to conduct experiments, including for the benefit of man, and to ensure that the striped coloration actually serves for protection from flies and mosquitoes.