Did you know that zebras are not white with black stripes, but black with white stripes? The ground color in embryos is black, and the white stripes appear later in development in areas where the deposition of melanin pigment is inhibited.
We couldn't finish the week without sharing nature's most perfect black and white. The zebra's background color is black, and the white stripes and bellies are additions. Each striping pattern is unique to each individual zebra. #BlackandWhiteDoneRight