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The zebra is a funny animal with its stripes on its body. They are called strips. In the wild, it can be seen in the Serengeti Valley and Kenya alongside wildebeest, giraffes, antelopes, hippos, buffaloes, rhinos and hyenas.
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The zebra is a mammalian animal related to the horse. It has hooves; it’s really like a horse except for its colors. Its coat is covered with black and white stripes. Zoologists have found that the zebra’s fetus is black, the strips appear later.
Some individuals, however, have brown lines. Its hair is short because it lives in very hot regions like Africa, for example. The zebras are herbivorous; they feed mainly on grass, berries, and leaves.
The zebra lives in groups, a male with a few females. He likes the company of wildebeest and stays with them to protect himself from predators. The zebra can run at up to 60 km/h and has a lifespan of 25 to 30 years.
Despite several attempts to tame them, the results were not conclusive because they are too unpredictable, and they are shy by nature. Zebras are more resistant to hot climates, African diseases and are faster than horses.
Three species of zebras can generally be distinguished: the lowland zebras (Equus burchelli), including some subspecies such as the Böhm, Chapman, Burchell’s zebras; the mountain zebras (Equus zebra), represented by the Cape zebra and the Hartman zebra; the Grevy zebra (Equus grevyi) living in northern Kenya.
All these animals have a robust body, a thin head with erect ears, a striped brush mane and long limbs with a single hoof. Each animal has its specific stripes at the junction of the shoulder and upper leg, creating a unique identity card. Their size and weight vary from 1.30 meters at the withers and 300 kilograms for the Burchell’s zebra to 1.50 meters and 400 kilograms for the Grevy’s zebra. Their life expectancy is about thirty-five years.