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Transcript of Zebras
Why do zebras have stripes?
What color are zebras?
Where did Zebras come from?
Definition: any of several mammals of the horse family ( Equidae ), such as Equus burchelli (the common zebra ), of southern and eastern Africa, having distinctive black-and-white striped hides
The height of an adult plains zebra is 44-58 inches (112 to 147centimeters) at the shoulder.
Their weight varies greatly, from 385-847 pounds (175 to 384 kilograms) depending on the species. Males are about 10 percent larger than females.
The Grevy's zebra is the largest wild member of the horse family.
In the wild, zebras live about 20-30 years; in zoos they can live up to 40 years.
August Animal Inquiry
They have similar features:
eat grass "graze"