Stripe the difference! Zebras captured in identical poses

Forget spot the difference, how about STRIPE the difference as these four zebras were captured in strangely identical poses.

Snapped by teen photographer Amelia Costello from Piedmont, California, while on a family holiday in Tanzania, the zebra can be seen perfectly lining up – enabling onlookers to play a tricky game of spot the difference.

Pic by Amelia Costello/Caters News

Amelia, 16, said: “I noticed that many of the zebras were paired up and resting their heads on each other, and I knew I had to get a photo.

“Somehow everything aligned perfectly and I was lucky enough to get this shot with the two pairs in almost the exact same pose.

“When I saw this photo on my camera, I couldn’t believe how fortunate I was to be in the right place at the right time like that – it definitely felt like a one-in-a-million shot!”


Ear (up on right zebra/down on left zebra).
Colour difference (left zebra has more white/right zebra is tinged brown).
Front leg difference on the right zebra.
More neck on shown on rear right zebra.
More body on shown on rear left zebra.
Tail (the left zebra‘s tail is visible, the right zebra‘s tail is hidden).

Pic by Amelia Costello/Caters News