¡Un zebroide! Híbrido de cebra y caballo/yegua. Acabo de descubrir que existe este animal. Hubiera pensado que es un caballo atigrado, sin más. Es bonito.

¡Un zebroide! Híbrido de cebra y caballo/yegua. Acabo de descubrir que existe este animal. Hubiera pensado que es un caballo atigrado, sin más. Es bonito.

Zebroid (zebrony/ponibra ?), cross between a zebra & a pony

15 Photos That Prove Reality Is Better Than Photoshop

Zebroid (zebrony/ponibra ?), cross between a zebra & a pony

Zebroid ON FONTSTRUCT

Zebroid ON FONTSTRUCT

Super-Rare Albino Tapir Photographed in Brazil (May 2014). It's the first known photo taken of an albino lowland tapir (Tapirus terrestris) in the wild.

Super-Rare Albino Tapir Photographed in Brazil (May 2014). It's the first known photo taken of an albino lowland tapir (Tapirus terrestris) in the wild.

Biologists say Zebras' stripes are a form of camoflage called "motion dazzle."  When a herd moves together, their stripes blur the boundaries between individuals, so they appear to one large animal.  This is believed to confuse predators & make it harder to pick out a single animal to attack, improving their chance of survival.

Biologists say Zebras' stripes are a form of camoflage called "motion dazzle." When a herd moves together, their stripes blur the boundaries between individuals, so they appear to one large animal. This is believed to confuse predators & make it harder to pick out a single animal to attack, improving their chance of survival.

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