Color blindness is a trait that occurs in most mammals. Humans are an exception, except those whose mother carries the trait. Several people wonder if the animal that is only black and white can only see black and white. However it is thought that zebras are one of the few other mammals that can see color. The zebra can spot a lion in the grass with enough time to run away. This indicates that the zebra can see the color of it’s predator, giving it a leg up for survival. Most likely zebras’ eyes evolved in order to help the species survive.