Cite this: Chapman, Abel. 1914. Giraffes Feeding among Long Grass, : Ink & wash drawing for his book Savage Sudan (London, 1921).
Supplied Caption: While sketching zebras in Sudan, the British hunter-naturalist Abel Chapman noted that his perception of stripe patterns could change. Depending on distance and the angle of light, a zebra’s stripes could even seem to disappear.
Original Caption: Colour & light
Tag(s): Travel and Voyages, mammals, Art of African Exploration, zebra