Monday, 3 October 2016
Few Facts about Zebra
The stripe pattern of Zebra is as unique as human finger prints.
Zebras cannot see the orange colour.
A ‘zebdonk’ is a cross between a zebra and a donkey.
zebras have tails around half a metre in length.
Zebra can run up to 65km/h.
Male zebra is called stallion and female mare.
A baby zebra is called a foal. The babies are born with white and brown stripes instead of the black and white stripes.
Zebras sleep while standing.
The ears of a Zebra reflects its mood.
Zebras can be up to 3.5-5 feet high and weigh between 440-990 pounds.
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