well one way is by grouping together to distract their predetors
Zebras’ black and white striped coats make it hard for predators to outline one individual. If they are standing all together, they blend together. Their coats also make it difficult to judge how far away they are at dawn and dusk.
Gazelles commonly stand in the open plains in a large herd and can be spotted quickly. They rely more on their fast legs than camouflage. Their tan coat, however, blends into their surroundings, making it harder to see if one is alone. In fact, many animals who live in Africa are tan. Lions, cheetahs, and giraffes also blend into the open plains.
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