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It's Friday so here's a slideshow of zebras from around the world

It’s not a black and white issue. Well actually, it is…

IN THE HISTORY books it’ll be there for all to see in ‘black and white’ that TheJournal.ie devoted a portion of its Friday to creating slideshows of animals and this week is no different.

And in the spirit of all thinks black and white we’ve chosen zebras this week. Those African equids - it means they’re part of the horse family – may be undomesticated but they sure are fascinating creatures.

Apparently they come in several different species and their stripe patterns are unique to each individual. At first glance this wouldn’t necessarily be apparent and you may even get dizzy if  you scroll through this slideshow too fast.

But let’s not waste any more time. Get the music on (The Beatles’ album with the most famous zebra crossing in the world) and check out these zebras:

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Hugh O'Connell

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