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Zebras, More Then Just the Stripes

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Jenn Kane

on 7 January 2014

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This map shows where zebras can be found. They can be found in a generally large area.
Zebras 101
For many years, zebras have been thought of as the animal with the cool pattern. However I am here to change all of those people's opinions. They are way more than just that. They have a fierce attitude, a shorter mane then most horses, and they have a longer tail. Zebras are very interesting creatures.
Zebra's body
This is a diagram of a zebra. It shows all the main points of a Zebra's body.
Cause and Effect
One example of cause and effect are Zebras are striped, so predators stay away. Another is Zebras eat the grass on the Savannah, so the grass on the Savannah, so the grass stays short and neat.
Problem and Solution
One problem is it is hard to tame Zebras. Two solutions are agin their trust, or keep the animals in captivity.
In Conclusion
In conclusion, zebras are very unique. They are very fierce,and they are way different then other horses. Of course have problems but all problems have solutions. All-in-all, many people care about them and they are very special, and important to the Savannah.
Zebras, more then just the stripes
This is a photograph of a zebra. It shows how zebras interact with each other.
Compare and Contrast
Below is a Venn diagram comparing zebras and other horses. Although, a zebra is a type of horse they still have some differences. A zebra has great hearing, they also have a short scruffy mane, and live in large herds, and they are very aggressive. A regular horse, has a long mane, no stripes, they live in small packs, and they aren't very aggressive. Both, are good runners, they are always on their tiptoes, they both have long tails, and they both have large lungs.
Chronological Order
1.All horses were striped.
2.As time went on some horses lost their stripes
3. Very few horses have stripes
4.Only zebras have stripes
5.Scientistsare trying to figure out why all of the horses lost their stripes but the zebras didn't
Zebras and Other Horses
1. Great hearing.
Other Horses
2. A short mane
3. Live in large herds
4. They are very fierce and aggressive.
1.Good runners
2. Always on tiptoes
3. Long tails
4. Big lungs that are good for running
1. Long mane
2. No stripes
3. Live in small herds
4. Less aggressive
Zebras eat the Savannah grass.
So, the grass on the Savannah stays short and neat.
Zebras are striped.
So, their predators stay away from them.
It is hard to tame Zebras.
1. Gain their trust then tame
2. Keep them in captivity
Quagga Zebras are becoming in endangered.
1.Breed selective horses to get the kind you want.
2.Tell hunters to stop hunting these kind of zebras
Another problem is Quagga Zebras are becoming endangered. Two solutions are breed selective horses until you get the color you want, or tell hunters to stop hunting them.
It is important because if the events didn't happen in this order, it wouldn't make any sense, if zebras are the only horses that had stripes then automatically, all horses had them.
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