How Do Zebras Reproduce?


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 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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