Are you seeing spots? How about stripes?
According the San Diego Zoo:
White with black stripes or black with white stripes?
Zebras are generally thought to have white coats with black (sometimes brown) stripes. That’s because if you look at most zebras, the stripes end on their bellies and toward the insides of the legs, and the rest is all white. However (there had to be a catch, right?), some zebras are born with genetic variations that make them all black with white stripes, or mostly dark with the striped pattern only on part of their coats.
And as it turns out, zebras have black skin underneath their hair. So it kind of depends on how you look at it!
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