Nature knows how to surprise.
Fashion striped leaves… and comes back again. And perhaps, it is difficult to find a renowned designer, who in his work had not approached this subject.
And fashionistas, in turn, chasing striped outfits by famous brands. And yet mother nature is not to outdo – that she’s the most talented fashion designer.
1. Zebra ducer
Black stripes on red wool give this shy little antelope resemblance to a Zebra… or a tiger!
2. Shirokopalyj Mungo
Little night striped carnivore living on Madagascar, very secretive, therefore, still poorly understood.
Picture of black and white stripes and each Zebra is unique and helps to camouflage the animal from flies.
4. Lowland Nyala antelope
All the antelopes of this species can boast the presence of white vertical stripes on the sides.
5. Striped tenrec
This little creature is very reminiscent of the striped hedgehog who lost half of their spines.
6. Striated dendrobates
Striking and unusual suit this frog warns of the dangers – all the representatives of this family are poisonous! /Photo: staticflickr.com
7. Big Kudu
White vertical stripes on the sides help this great antelope to be virtually invisible in the bushes and tall grass.
8. Striped hyena
The tigers, unlike their relatives, create packs, and prefer single life.
9. Striped skunk
Fashionable black-and-white striped coloration of these beautiful people is a warning, because we all know that skunks are the most stinking animals in the world.
10. Forest antelope Bongo
The narrow, bright stripes give these rare antelope of Africa dressy look and help to hide from predators.
11. Striped possum or couscous
Three black longitudinal stripes extending through the body of the marsupial animal, easily allow you to rank their cute “whales”.
Five dark stripes along the back is a distinguishing feature of all the 25 species of chipmunks.
13. Striped civet
Dark longitudinal stripes on gray fur these nocturnal animals and make them completely invisible in the dark.
Stripes on the sides of this rare and beautiful rodent is composed of a variety of white oval spots.
15. Tiger tree frog
This frog with a striped “tiger” pattern is one of the most beautiful and rarest in the world.
16. Striped mongoose
The name of these brave predatory animals was due to the dark transverse stripes on the back.
17. Young wild boar
Mobile kids flaunt their 11-band camouflage, which helps to hide in the undergrowth for up to 6 months of age.
18. The baby lowland tapir
Fun bright stripes, which are the kids to hide, to disappear completely 8 months of age.
19. The Amur tiger
Unlike other subspecies, the Amur tiger is the winner of the least number of stripes on the skin.
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