Kalyan Varma

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Most mammals other than primates are colour blind and see the world in shades of grey. The tiger’s vertical stripes would then look like bands of shadow and light in the tall grass. The stripes break up and hide the outlines of its body as it hunts, making it hardly noticeable to its prey, whether colour blind or not.
Most mammals other than primates are colour blind and see the world in shades of grey. The tiger’s vertical stripes would then look like bands of shadow and light in the tall grass. The stripes break up and hide the outlines of its body as it hunts, making it hardly noticeable to its prey, whether colour blind or not.


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