Zebras are several species of African equids (horse family) united by their
distinctive black and white striped coats. Their stripes come in different patterns,
unique to each individual. .... Like ...
Best known for their distinctive black and white stripes, zebras can be found in
various parts of Africa. Three species of zebra exist today: plains zebras, Grevy's
Apr 4, 2011 ... Stephen Jay Gould, in his essay "How the Zebra Gets Its Stripes," states ... In
other words, a normal zebra is born with stripes, so we cannot use ...
Once a zebra mare begins labor, zebra foals are born swiftly from either a ... At
birth, a zebra foal's stripes are brown and white instead of black and white, and
Sporting a robust body of bold stripes, the zebra spends its busy life on the move
seeking .... Just look at the length of that foals legs - baby you were born to run!
some zebras are born with genetic variations that make them all black with white
stripes, or mostly dark with the striped pattern on just part of their coats. And as ...
Genetics determine the variety of stripes in zebras. While the specific processing
of determining this striping pattern isn't known, it has something to do with ...
Aug 16, 2010 ... A Grant's Zebra was born Saturday, July 31 at the Kansas City Zoo to Mom, Jet,
and Dad, Zanthus. She has brown stripes instead of black and ...
The fact that zebra stripes are their individual identity marks is mainly provided by
their behavior. For instance, in case a zebra is born without striped, it tends to ...
Feb 2, 2013 ... To the human eye it seems absurd. The zebra's black and white striped pattern
could not be more obvious. Whether roaming around the zoo or ...