The Zebra (Equus burchellii), known for their black and white stripes, are a part of the horse family. There are 3 types of Zebra: the Burchell’s Zebra, the Grevys Zebra and the Mountain Zebra. Many people are familiar with Zebras because of their unique stripes.These stripes are used as camouflage, presumably. They have very strong legs and predators are sure to be kicked. The zebras blend into one another to confuse predators. They are very social and therefore, graze together and even groom one another.


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• No 2 stripes are exactly alike on the Zebras
• Burchell’s Zebra are the most common type of Zebra
• They live 25 years, on average• If a zebra is attacked, its family will come to its defense, circling the zebra and protecting it
• The word ‘zebra’ came from the Old Portuguese language word, zevra meaning wild ass


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Zebras are constantly on the go, searching for new grazing areas and watering holes, and travel with other grazers such as Wildebeest. Zebras live in small family groups, consisting of the adult males and females and their offspring. They feed on grasses and stems and are water dependent

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