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1433 clicks; posted to D'awww » on 26 Jul 2022 at 7:35 AM (18 weeks ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook



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2022-07-26 6:33:03 AM  
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2022-07-26 7:42:31 AM  
Striking!
 
2022-07-26 7:46:43 AM  
Well, Romulans do have a spotty reputation.
 
2022-07-26 8:46:35 AM  
Beautiful kitty
 
2022-07-26 9:07:03 AM  
It's a fake. Someone greyscaled the tree (and cat). I can tell from some of the pixels (particularly those floating out in the Savannah), and from seeing quite a few shops in my time.
 
2022-07-26 9:36:11 AM  
Bajtaur: It's a fake.


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2022-07-26 12:22:34 PM  
Someone decided to tweak the photo which turns it into a cheating illustration.

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2022-07-26 12:43:41 PM  
Joanne Linville not available for comment.
 
2022-07-26 1:22:23 PM  
Leopards in the neutral zone? It's more face eating than you think.
 
2022-07-26 1:38:46 PM  

HairBolus: Someone decided to tweak the photo which turns it into a cheating illustration.

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Not all prey animals see in color.
 
2022-07-26 3:33:02 PM  

HairBolus: Someone decided to tweak the photo which turns it into a cheating illustration.

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And then stolen from There Is No Cat In This Image
 
2022-07-26 3:40:43 PM  

invictus2: Bajtaur: It's a fake.


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Depends.

Was the image modified, so therefor fake?  Yes.

But what spectrum of light does zebras see in?  If they're like horses, they don't see too well into the "red" and "yellow" zones (600-700nm).  So the orange of the leopard's coat may appear grey at worst, dull yellow at best, to them.

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2022-07-26 5:05:56 PM  
It's not just the color. Look at the crap job on the bark.
 
2022-07-26 6:09:10 PM  

jaytkay: It's not just the color. Look at the crap job on the bark.


Well meow you tell me...
 
2022-07-27 5:42:38 PM  

Erek the Red: invictus2: Bajtaur: It's a fake.


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Depends.

Was the image modified, so therefor fake?  Yes.

But what spectrum of light does zebras see in?  If they're like horses, they don't see too well into the "red" and "yellow" zones (600-700nm).  So the orange of the leopard's coat may appear grey at worst, dull yellow at best, to them.

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yup, this is why when we look at a tiger we're all 'how is bright orange meant to be camouflage in a jungle?", but it totally is to the things it's hunting cause they don't see it how we do.
 
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