Mrs. Stoltz


Zebras live together in large herds in Africa. Some zebras live in dry or hilly areas. Other zebras roam grassy areas.


Zebras graze all day. Their sharp front teeth snip off tall grasses. Flat back teeth help zebras

chew the grass.

Life Cycle

Female zebras give birth to foals. Foals can walk an hour after they are born. Young zebras stay with their mothers for three years.


Zebras look like horses with black and white stripes. Zebras have short manes and long tails. Zebras weigh about 600 pounds (272 kilograms).

Fun Facts

  • Zebra foals have
    brown stripes.
  • Zebras kick predators
    or run away quickly
    to stay safe.
  • Thousands of zebras
    can make up one herd.