What were the black white stripes used for?
zebras have stripes for camouflage
Camouflage, They serve to break up the animals outline. they only have black stripes and i hope this will conclud your question more...... Zebras are indeed WHITE with BLACK stripes. if u shave off the fur, (which is cruelty cuz it hurts the animal) then they do have black undernieth but when people ask if there white with black stripes or black with white stripes, there talking about the OUTER layer so they are DEFINITLY…
, excellent question because most people are confused what colors zebras are. Of course there black and white but what most people want to know is, are zebras black with white stripes or are they white with black stripes? Well it is unknown but 75% of today's humans argue that these creatures are Black with White stripes. This is also what i believe. Although 25% believe that a Zebra is white with black strips.
Sea Kraits are white with black stripes. Or black with white stripes if you like to look at it that way. They're a sea snake, highly venomous, but only aggressive when provoked repeatedly. King snakes are also black and white, striped. They are non-venomous, land based and eat other snakes. Hope this helped!
Tigers are born in a color range from Black with orange stripes, to Snow White with faint golden stripes. The most common colors of tigers these days are red-orange with black stripes, and the rarest color is the Snow white tiger with golden stripes. Less common colors are: -- Golden Tabby Tiger, an exceedingly faded orange into white and light reddish stripes -- Normal White tiger, with pitch black stripes -- Blue colored or Maltese…
it depends on the style of karate in my karate it goes white-yellow-orange-green-blue-purple-brown1-brown2-brown3- black if u r to young after brown3 u do black/white-black/yellow-black/orange-black/green ............and so on til u get full black Yes In my Tang Soo Do Fed. it goes White-Yellow-Orange(Stripes)- Green (Stripes)-Red (Stripes)- Blue(Stripes) - Black Belt(Degrees)