How Do Zebras Adapt to Their Environment?


Zebras live in the savannas and can run very fast because they have long legs to escape predators, like lions and hyenas, that are chasing them. They eat and drink often, so they need to stay near water. They stay together and move as a family. These are behavioral adaptations that help them adapt to their environment. Zebra stripes are unique to each animal, just like how our fingerprints are unique to us. They have excellent eyesight and can run up to 40 mph.
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1 Additional Answer Answer for: how do zebras adapt to their environment
Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Chordata Class: Mammalia Order: Perissodactyla Family: Equidae Genus: Equus
Zebras are herbivorous mammals of the genus Equus, which also includes horses. There are 3 living species that are referred to as zebras, namely the Burchell's Zebra, the Grevy's Zebra, and the Mountain Zebra.
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