A zebra is a mammal of the Equidae family. The name "zebra" is used for a few different species of the genus Equus. Zebras live in Africa. Zebras are related to horses and donkeys. Zebrashave got stripes and they are good at jumping.
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All zebras have a very short fur. Their fur has black and white stripes. The main part of the body hasmostly vertical stripes, and the legs have horizontal stripes. They also have a dark line down their back. Each of the different zebra species has a different type of stripes. Each zebra has a uniquepattern of stripes.
Zebras live in families with one male and lots of females. They can have babies (foals) when they are about five years old and can have one foal every year. Zebrasmainly eat grass, but they also eat fruit, leaves and some vegetables. They always live near water.The zebra's favorite food is the grass.They are endangered. Many of them are disappering.
Zebras livenaturally in Africa, south of the Sahara desert. But most zoos have them as well.
Equidae is a family of odd-toed ungulate mammals. The family has only one surviving genus: Equus.Horses, donkeys and zebras belong in this genus.
Animals of the Equus genus can have hybrid children, but the children are mostly sterile.
They can have many different colours.
MammalMammals are a group of vertebrate animals. They form the class Mammalia.
A mammal is any animal that produces and feeds its young with milk and is warm-blooded; the heat they need to live ismade inside their body. The milk is made by glands in the skin or the mammary glands.
Almost all mammals give birth to living young. There are only five mammals that lay eggs, called Monotremes,for example the platypus. Other mammals can be divided into the Marsupials and the Eutheria, the placental mammals. Marsupials are mammals with pouches to carry young in, like the kangaroo. All other...