There are mainly three species of Zebras. The most common are the Plains Zebra that are seen in zoos. The other species are the Grevy’s Zebra and the Mountain Zebra.
The stripe patterns on zebras are unique to each animal just as fingerprints are to humans. Their stripes protect them from being attacked by other animals as it helps to camouflage and protect them.
Zebras have large muscular bodies, long legs, large noses and ears. Their long mane goes from their forehead to their shoulders. Their tails are 18 inches in length.
Are large humped animals with a shaggy mane, large heads and short horns and look similar to wild oxen.
Are extremely heavyweight animals with a round body, short, stocky legs and a large head.
Are warm-blooded marsupial animals and their scientific name is Phasclarctos Cinereus.
Are marsupial animals belonging to the Macropodidae family which means “big feet” and found mainly in Australia and New Guinea.
Have a stocky but powerful built and can weigh up to about 3,500 lbs to 6,000 lbs when fully grown.
Belong to the family Giraffidae and are easily recognizable because of their tall profile and long neck.
Are burrowing nocturnal animals, belonging to the suborder Vermilingua.
Are the largest living land animals that are now found in the world
Animals are metazoan living things. They do not make their own food by themselves.