How Do Zebras Reproduce?

Answer

Zebras reproduce when a male and female come together, and the male impregnates the female. A female zebra cannot reproduce until she has reached the age of two to four years of age.
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Female Zebra's mature earlier than Males and may even have their first foal when they are 3 years old. Males dont get an opportunity to breed until they are around 6 years old. Zebra's
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Sexually, like other mammals. horses included. take a look at this: http://www.metacafe.com/watch/113387/mat….
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By Seed Carnations, also known by their botanical name, dianthus, are most easily propagated by seed. Carnations are bisexual, meaning that they have both male and female reproductive
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1 Additional Answer
Female zebras need to reach two to four years old before she can reproduce. Male and female come together and then impregnates the female. The gestation period is 12 months.
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