Cubs of some ungulates have a variegated coat color. Wild boar piglets, for example, are striped, newborn fawns are spotted. What is the significance of this color of their covers?
The presence of stripes and spots on the coat of some species of adult mammals and their young is a camouflage device from predators. Stripes and spots visually make the animal less visible to the predator.
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