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Zebra facts!

How much do you know about these black and white beauties, fast zebra facts .

1)  Our planet is home to three different species of zebra, the plains zebra , Grevy’s zebra and mountain zebra , all three species are native to Africa.

2) The most common species is the plains zebra, which roams grasslands and woodland of eastern and southern Africa. The Grevy’s zebra can be found in dry, semi-desert areas of Kenya and Ethiopia, and the mountain zebra lives in mountainous and hilly habitats in Namibia, Angola and South Africa.

3) Closely related to horses, zebras have thick bodies, thin legs, a tufted tail, and a long head and neck sporting a short mane. And their most famous feature? Their brilliant black-and-white striped coat , of course!

4) So why do zebras have stripes? Well, scientists aren’t entirely sure. Their stripes perhaps serve to dazzle and confuse predators and biting insects, or to control the animal’s body heat. Because each individual’s stripes are unique , their stripes may also have a social purpose, helping zebras to recognise one other.

5) These cool creatures are herbivores and spend most of their day eating grass, and sometimes leaves, shrubs twigs and bark, too. Their teeth are well adapted for grazing, with sharp incisors at the front of their mouth to bite the grass, and large molars at the back for crushing and grinding.

6) Zebras are constantly on the move for fresh grass to eat and water to drink. Super stealthy creatures, they’ll travel thousands of kilometres in search of green pastures where they can fill their bellies and quench their thirst!

7) Zebras are social animals and live together in large groups, called herds. As they migrate to new feeding grounds, ‘super herds’ may form consisting of thousands of individuals. They may team up with other grazers on their travels, too, such as antelope and wildebeest.

8) Within a herd, zebras tend to stay together in smaller family groups , made up of a dominant male, several females (called ‘mares’) and their young (called ‘foals’). When they are between one and three years old, males (or ‘stallions’) leave to join ‘bachelor herds’ (all-male groups), where they stay until they’re old enough and strong enough to compete for females.

9) As elegant and peaceful as they are, don’t be fooled – zebras can be aggressive animals, too! Stallions fight for females with piercing bites and powerful kicks that are strong enough to cause serious damage – and sometimes even kill!

10) Their fierce fighting skills and strong social bonds help to protect zebras from predators, which include lions , leopards , hyenas and cheetahs . When under threat, these awesome animals form a semi-circle facing the attacker, and prepare to strike if need be. And if one of the group is wounded or injured, other zebras will circle around and attempt to drive off the hungry attacker. All for one and one for all!

Credits – Close up of zebra: Medford Taylor. Zebra herd: Chris Johns. Zebra mother and foal: Beverly Joubert. Close up of zebra tail: Joel Sartore.

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All about Zebras. By Zoe L uis. What do zebras look like?. Zebras have stripes and the stripes are black and white. Zebras have little tails with a puff at the bottom of the tail. Zebras kind of look like horses. What do zebras eat?.

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All about Zebras By Zoe Luis

What do zebras look like? • Zebras have stripes and the stripes are black and white. • Zebras have little tails with a puff at the bottom of the tail. • Zebras kind of look like horses.

What do zebras eat? • Zebras eat grass, grains, and other foods. They drink water.

Where do zebras live? • Zebras usually live in grassy areas with some shelter.

How fast does a zebra run when trying to get away from predators? • Zebras can run at a speed of 35 mph. • That’s amazing!

How long does a zebra usually live? • A zebra usually lives up to 25 years old.

How long does a zebra eat? • Zebras eat for hours and hours and hours!

What’s a zebras favorite food? • Most zebras really like to eat grass and hay.

What does a zebra look like when it sleeps? • When zebras nap they stand up. • But when it’s night time, they lay down but one of them stands guard.

What sound does a zebra make? • Zebras kind of sound like donkeys.

Who helped me? • A lady from a zoo helped me. Her name is Ms. Allison Jungheim and she works with zebras at that zoo. • The zebras at the zoo where Ms. Allison Jungheim works are trained to walk on to a scale so the zebras can be weighed.

Pop Quiz! How fast can a zebra run? How long does a zebra A. 35 mph live? A. 20 years B. 25 mph B. 25 years C. 6 mph C. 50 years How long does a zebra eat? Where do zebras live? A. For hours A. Grassy places B. One min. B. Dry places C. A hour C. Cold places

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