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Zebroids

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Brianna Louise

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Transcript of Zebroids

Zebroids
Food Chain
Zebroid
Zonkey
Half zebra half donkey
Zorse
Half zebra half horse
Zorse
Cross between a zebra
stallions and a horse mare.
Species: 1
Location: Africa, Zoos
Habitat: Open Grass lands and
woodlands.
Life Spand: 15-30 years

Kingdom: Animalia
Phylum: Chordata
Class: Mammalia
Order: Perissodactyla
Family: Equidae
Genus: Equus
Scientific Name: Equus zebra
x Equus caballus
Common Name: Zorse
Zonkey
Species: 1
Location: Africa, Zoos
Habitat: Savanna and open woodland
Life spand: 15-25 years

Kingdom: Animalia
Phylum: Chordata
Class: Mammalia
Order: Perissodactyla
Family: Equidae
Genus: Equus
Scientific Name: Equus zebra x Equus asinus
Common Name: Zonkey

A Zonkey is a cross between
a zebra stallion and a donkey
jennet.

Live in Africa
Prefer hotter climates
Diurnal
Biotic Factors
Eats grasses, herbs, and fruits
Live in grasslands and woodlands.
Predators are, lions, hyenas, and wolves.
Food Web
Abiotic and Biotic Factors
Abiotic Factors

Niche
To eat grass and fruits.
Zumana
Allen Portera
Joh M. Chang


A-Z Animals
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Rhonda
Saneeya Moin
Dr. K. Lynn Lewis
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Marsel Van Oosten
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Petr Kratochvil
Facts
Zebroids
Bred to help out on expeditions to Mount Kenya as they are immune to the disease-carrying Tsetse flies that affect other Equines
Usually bred from the Mountain Zebra
Zonkeys are also reffered to as zedonks, zebronkeys, zeadonks and zebrydes
Zorses are also reffered to as horbra, hebra, zebrinny or zebret.
The outcome is sterile like a mule
Zebroid breeding began in the 19th century.
Zebroids are more temperamental than zebras and can be difficult to handle.
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