Baby Stripes

Baby zebras begin with brown stripes. I’m fascinated with this idea.

When we transition from child to adult, we don’t have big changes in color.

Perhaps it would be an advantage. 

Think about it.

If human babies were bright colors like orange, turquoise, or lime it would be easy to tell at a glance who was a child.

  • Fake IDs wouldn’t work.
  • You’d know who to put at the kids’ table during gatherings. 


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Zebra Tells a Joke

A police officer in the big city stopped a man in a car with a zebra sitting next to him in the front seat. “What are you doing with that zebra?” The officer exclaimed, “You should take him to the zoo.”

The man agreed, “That’s a good idea.” 

The following week, the same police officer saw the man with the zebra again in the front seat of his car. This time, the man and zebra were both wearing sunglasses.

Irritated, the police officer stopped the man, “I though you were going to take that zebra to the zoo!”

The man smiled and said, “I did. We had such a good time, we decided to go to the beach this weekend.”


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Zebra Hug

Sometimes, I think you humans take hugs for granted.

When I want to hug another zebra, I have no arms for the task.

I do my best using my neck. 


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Let’s Snuggle

Do you like to snuggle up with someone, eat some popcorn, and watch a movie?

That’s what our zebra friend wants to do, but he can’t get anyone to join him. 


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Have you ever stared off into the distance as you daydream?

Why does that happen?

Being alone with my camera often triggers daydreaming for me. 


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