Can the zebra’s black and white stripes produce this effect?
The zebra is a common equine in Africa. It is named after the protective markings on the body. The stripes on each zebra are different. This adds to the difficulty of creating a zebra statue and also makes each zebra statue unique.
The stripes on the zebra are used to adapt to the environment and protect themselves. Black and white stripes are a protective color that adapts to the environment.
In the open grasslands and deserts, the black and white stripes of zebras, under the illumination of sunlight or moonlight, reflect different light, blurring or distracting their body contours, making the enemy look away. It is difficult to distinguish them from the surrounding environment. In this way, Zebra can reduce the chance of being discovered by the enemy to achieve the purpose of protecting themselves.
At the same time, in order to identify each other, they gradually form the current body surface color.
Different types of zebras have different markings on their bodies, some are coarse and rare, and some are fine and even. These patterns are actually Zebra’s “ID cards”, which are used to identify their own kind by markings.