By: Allyson Martiniello
Appearance & Classification
Preditor & Prey
Some zebra babies graze in the grass together.
Zebras roll in mud to stay cool!
Zebras stand side by side but in different directions. They do this to be alert. They can see all around.
1. Did you know there is no possible way to tame a wild zebra unless you raised at a zoo sense it was a baby.
2. Zebras are up to ten feet from head to tail.
3. These animals don't form permanent bonds or herds .
4. Zebras are the largest species of wild horse.
5. There stripes help them hide from color blind predators.
6. The zebra stripes regulate body temperature.
7. Zebras can survive up to five days without water.
8. They communicate by grunting, braying, squealing and lots of other sounds.
9. Just like human zebras have their own unique fingerprint pattern.
10. You may think it's hard to recognize which zebras which, sense they pretty much all look alike, but there stripes help them recognize each other and no to zebras have the same strip pattern.