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- Gina, SALT LAKE CITY, UTAY
We have seen numerous times throughout history that different animals breed with other animals of different genetic code. Unless you were there, you can't say that it is impossible.
Originally posted by chris01621
But i pose this question to you:
Were did a horse type creatue gain white fur and black stripes (the zebra)
There are not many desert animals with white fur at all,
The wavy lines of a zebra blend in with the wavy lines of the tall grass around it. It doesn't matter that the zebra's stripes are black and white and the lines of the grass are yellow, brown or green, because the zebra's main predator, the lion, is colorblind.