The Zebra Duiker
The zebra duiker is actually a small species of antelope and not a zebra. It only has that name because of the coloration on its back; it’s also called the striped-back duiker. They only get to about 30 inches tall and feasts on vegetation growing on the West African plains. The stripped patterns are designed to help to blend in with their surroundings so that predators can’t find them. The bones in their nasal passage are quite strong, which allows them to crack open the tough exteriors of certain fruits.