National Geographic : 1939 Oct
©Reginald A.Bourlay NATURE'S CAMOUFLAGED HORSES COULD REDOUBLE THEIR SPEED IF A LION WERE ATTHEIR HEELS The airplane does not inspire as much terror as the king of the jungle, which preys upon zebras. Leo must stalk hisquarry carefully, forthefleet runners can out strip him on open stretches, such as this section of the Buhoro Flats in Tanganyika. Against other animals zebras arebrave, attacking savagely with their hoofs. Because of their stripes, the animals are barely discernible against a background of scrub growth.