Taken in the Kruger National Park, this photograph taken by Franciska Pile of a Zebra mother and foal really stands out as a special one!
One of nature’s great mysteries is why the Zebra has stripes. One theory is that the stripes help the zebra cool down. The stripes are also used as camouflage to confuse predators when zebras huddle in great numbers or mingle with herds of antelopes … For additional information about these graceful animal please see: Zebra.
Mother & Child Reunion, Kruger National Park – By and © Franciska Pile (South Africa)