User comments. Traditional white-striped bodypainting practiced by indigenous communities mimics zebra stripes to reduce the number of potentially harmful horsefly bites a person receives by up to fold, according to new research published Wednesday. Home Biology Other. Please sign in to add a comment. Dec 18,
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'Zebra' tribal bodypaint cuts fly bites 10-fold: study
LED lights can damage the retina May 17, Recommended for you. Your name. How about this one? Bites from horseflies and other pests can be dangerous as well as irritating, as they suck a host's blood, transmitting diseases such as the potentially deadly swamp fever.
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Also, this caricature has no mouth. Dec 12, Bites from horseflies and other pests can be dangerous as well as irritating, as they suck a host's blood, transmitting diseases such as the potentially deadly swamp fever. The team behind the study believe that the stripes disrupt the polarisation of light reflected off human bodies, making them less delicious-looking to horseflies and other bugs. It is known that zebras get bitten far less than animals with a single fur colour, so a team of researchers decided to see if the light stripes painted on humans would have a similar deterrent effect.