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Zebra By Rose Sandoval
What It Looks Like A zebra has black and white striping. They have long heads and necks. They have slender legs and hoofed feet. The zebra’s erect ears are always listening. Their eyes are set back in their skulls. Their long tails are tipped with tufts of hair.
What It Eats They chew on bark. Zebras eat different kinds of grasses. Zebras crunch on leaves. They eat buds. Zebras eat fruit. They eat roots.
Where It Lives They live in semi-arid, thorny, scrub-brush regions. Zebras live in sub-desert areas. They live in northern Kenya. Zebras also can be found in Somalia. They live in Ethiopia.
Behaviors Females and foals live in one group. Bachelor males live in another group. Grevy’s zebras stallions live alone within large territories. Their offspring are born during renewed vegetation.
Other Interesting Facts Grevy’s zebras are monograstric, meaning one stomach. Zebras stripes may also serve as identification, like fingerprints. Striping may also help to keep herds together.