Look Who Borrowed The Leopard’s Spots! MadhuAfrica, Travel Snippets, WildlifeTanzania, Unique41 Comments You say freak, I say unique. ~ Christian Balog LIKE THIS? PLEASE TELL YOUR FRIENDSClick to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)MoreClick to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to email a link to a friend (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Tumblr (Opens in new window)Like this:Like Loading... Related
41 thoughts on “Look Who Borrowed The Leopard’s Spots!”
Oh, that’s a little unusual, a striped-spotted zebra 🙂
Very unusual Kat! 🙂
Indeed it is strange but strange are the ways of nature…it keeps us guessing and keep us surprising with its uniqueness..
True! I think this deviation works! 🙂
Yes! And you’ve got to love their mohawks! 🙂
Oh that’s amusing !! 🙂
Strange certainly 🙂
Beautifully captured! The little dots on the tops makes this zebra look so unique 🙂 I have never seen this type of zebra before 🙂
I searched online and only found only one other report from the recent past Indah! Guessing it is pretty rare 🙂
Who wouldn’t want to be unique? 😉
Ha, especially a female of the species!! Not sure it is a good thing to ‘stand out’ in the wild though 🙂
Nature is always surprising us.
This was a particulalrly lovely surprise Sally 🙂
What a lovely surprise! 🙂 Beautiful animals and well done, Madhu.
Thank you Dina. She was gorgeous in her semi-dappled coat. Her calf seems to have turned out ‘normal’. Or boring? 🙂
A zebra with morse code on its back 🙂
Unbelievable! Thank you for sharing Madhu. This is amazing!!!
Thanks. I saved it for your challenge Paula 🙂
This must be a rare and unusual sighting, Madhu. I have never seen dots before. You were in the right place at the right time.
I have painted them many times – No two are the same, but first time I’ve seen a spotted one 🙂
How unusual! Zebras wee the animal I picked to study and observe during my college zoology class. It took me a while to identify each one by their unique stripes. They really are all so different, but I never saw any with spots!
Unique indeed!!!! 🙂
well I always heard that no two zebras had there same spots – and this is more proof – and I love the grazing feel 🙂
Oh dear, looks like some hanky panky associated with that ancestry. lol
Wow, I wonder how that happened 🙂 you were blessed!
He is beautiful! I am just learning how to Zentangle and this looks like an interesting pattern! 🙂
Unique! Hopefully it doesn’t get excluded or something. But I guess the difference isn’t big enough. Great capture!
Oh, I love this, Madhu! 🙂
Madhu, I’m glad we got to see this thanks to your keen eye! Zebras are such gorgeous creatures – they’ve been my sister’s favourite since a very young age.
I guess nothing is actually too strange for nature?
That is entirely cool! What a great catch.
Oh Id love to see them in the wild so much
nicely spotted 🙂
Ha, I’ve never read that quote until now. It’s the perfect statement for your little polka-dotted friend. Love it.
Such a fun take on Paula’s challenge! Very apt, Madhu (and a lovely photo) 🙂
Absolutely gorgeous! 🙂