This adorable story comes from Kenya.
Wildlife photographer, Abdelrahman Hassanein, works as a safari operator in the Talek Bush Camp, Masai Mara, Kenya.
Whilst doing his rounds, the animal lover spotted this amazing zebra which defies all logic. Some things are just the way they are, right? Green means go, red means stop, lions roar, babies cry, and zebras have stripes.
Well, sir, I think it's about time we did a rethink on everything we believe.
Is the world actually flat? Did man walk on the moon? Was I adopted?
I don't know what to believe anymore.
Keep scrolling to your world shook...
There was no stranger animal incarnation than the one that we were subject to in 2005...
via: Getty Images.I can't be the only one that was totally weirded out by David Schwimmer voicing the nervous giraffe in Madagascar. I know it was only a cartoon giraffe, but still... no, thank you!
The new Lion King movie has changed everything.
via: IMBd.comI mean, can we believe anything we see after witnessing the impressing graphics of the latest Lion King movie? Some of those animals looked more real than the animals I've seen in the zoo!
Wildlife photography is beautiful.
Hassanein takes both still frames and abstract shots.
Hyenas scare me.
Am I the only one?Surely there's plenty of people that just don't have any time for these nasty-looking creatures. I swear, you could tell me they'd found a hyena with a rainbow stripe down it's back and I'd still be terrified of it.
There's something about deers too.
via: Getty Images.I know most people finding deers to be kind of cute, I mean.. Bambi, right? But, personally, I'm definitely more of a Dumbo girl. I think it's the skinny frames and beady eyes... They remind me of this nasty kindergarten teacher I once had.
Mr. Tumnus was half-human, half-goat.For anyone who has watched (or read) The Lion, The Witch And The Wardrobe, you'll know exactly who Mr. Tumnus is. James McAvoy played the goat man-creature in the 2005 version of the classic story. Remembering the movie has got me thinking that, if this zebra had spots instead of stripes, could it be an animal cross over?
The Talek Bush Camp Safari has plenty of exotic animals.
The Warthog in The Lion King is just as believable as the real thing!
via: IMDb.comMakes you do a double-take, doesn't it? That being said, it's quite clear that the pictures of this polka dot Zebra were not created by Disney.