No its the hair folicles that are striped.
the skin of the zebra is striped it is like how a black dog and a white dog's skin matches there fur it is stripped to have the pigmentation coorespond with the hair
there skin is brown and there legs are zebra striped however they are not related to the zebra
Animals like the tiger and zebra both have striped skin as well as striped fur.
Yes they do - even an albino zebra [See related link] has stripes.
Zebra stripes are a form of camouflage. It makes it easier for them to blend into a background where there are trees or bushes that create similar patterns.
They have striped fur, not skin.
Yes, tigers have both striped fur and striped skin.
Yes. Tigers have a striped coat as well as striped skin. if you shaved a tiger it would have striped skin underneath.
Tigers have striped skin and fur
Tigers also have striped skin and not just striped fur. The stripped pattern goes beyond the fur and is found in the skin surface as well.
Either because another animal wants to eat them or for their skin. Might be from another animal (like a lion) for a meal or hunters for their striped hide.
No Zebra have stripes not spots.
Yes, they do.
The skin of a zebra is black.
A Zebra will inherit the color of their stripes (skin).
Yes, if you were to shave a Tiger you would see the striped skin, you would also have a very angry Tiger.
The real color of a zebra is white. A zebra is white with black stripes.
white and black
the color of their skin
skin and hair
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