is called a foal.
More than ever, the birth of a baby zebra is something to marvel at and celebrate,
given the fact that two of the three species of zebra are presently listed as ...
Like their mothers, baby zebras will be striped from birth. Unlike their mothers,
however, baby zebras stripes aren't black and white, but rather brown and white.
When a baby zebra is born, they have stripes that are used for camouflage, they
have mobility immediately, and they begin learning lessons from the mother.
Mar 17, 2011 ... http://bit.ly/freesafaritips An amazing video clip about baby zebra's first steps into
life! Footage taken in Ngorongoro Crater.
Baby zebra. Zebras bear every year. They are pregnant for 1 year and bear one
cub. Zebra's cubs weigh 30-35 kg. They start grazing 15 days later, but ...
A baby zebra is called a foal. A foal stays with its mother alone, separate from the
herd, for a few days after its birth to learn her unique scent. A harem is a group ...
A: As with horses, female zebras are called mares, and males are called stallions
. All baby zebras are called foals, but young males are colts, and young fema.
A baby Grevy's Zebra born at the Brookfield Zoo is already earning his stripes as
a valued addition to the population of this endangered species. Born November ...
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 ...