Zebra Adaptations?

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Zebra adaptations include their great speed. Another adaptation includes their striped coats that allow them to blend with the tall grasses of the savanna. Another adaptation includes the ability to live on the sparse grasses of the savanna.
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Three species of zebra exist. All three species feature black-and-white stripes, long, slender legs and strong incisor teeth. Size, marking patterns and skills vary slightly to reflect
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they are eaten by other animals they are prey but yet they know how to live during the wild life in. Africa.
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Zebars live in savannas. They can run quickly to escape from predator, because
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The stripes are a bit strange really, they might not even be an adaptation, they don't seem to have any use. They do not use it for camouflage, as they stand in the middle of the
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Zebra
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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