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zebras

zebras are cool
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hannah jistain

on 7 May 2010

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Transcript of zebras

Zebras graze in herds. They eat grass and they even groom one another! hello jheojljdoj Most zebras are constantly wary of lions and hyenas. A herd has many eyes to spot the danger. If an animal gets attacked the family will come to its defense, circling the wounded zebra and attempting to drive off predators. more facts about zebras No animal has a more distinctive coat than a zebra. The stripes are as unique as a fingerprints. No two are exactly alike. Zebras use the striped to camouflage themselfs. The stripes make it hard for a predator to identify just one animal. Also the stripes help the zebras recognize one another! Zebras Zebras This is a zebra One type of zebra is the Plains Zebras and they are the most common species. They live in small family groups. The groups have a male (or stallion) and many females and their young. All the familys always stay close together Types of Zebras Mom and Baby Zebras Drink Out of Water Holes This is a herd Most zebras live On the plains but at the same time they like to live on grass lands because there is food. Also some zebras live at zoos More facts about zebras
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