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A zorse is a hybrid between a horse and a zebra. There are very few of them in the world, because they are difficult to breed, sterile, and because most people don't have zebras in the backyard to mate with horses in an attempt to create a hybrid. You're honestly better off finding yourself a nice-looking horse, because even if you did manage to track down a zorse (and believe me, that's a very, very big and very illegal IF) you'd probably find it has inherited the intractable nature of the zebra -eta, you can't ride it.
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The Zorse often eats grass, hay, and grains
In the woods!
A zorse or zebroid, specifically the offspring of a zebra stallion and a horse mare. The rarer reverse pairing is sometimes called a horbra (or hebra). Like most other …hybrids, the zorse is sterile.http://www.answers.com/topic/zorse#cite_note-0The zorse is a strong animal with traces from both its parents.
woods, in a nest or den..
Zorses are cross between zebra and horse, so you can give it anything horse and zebra would eat. Zebras eat only grass (as far as i know), but oats and stuff horses eat… will be good for it, so zorses gonna eat anything horsey.
A zorse is a mother zebra crossed with a domestic male horse
Zorses are a novelty animal and are not bred for any specific purpose other than to show that you can breed a zebra and a horse. Some people try to train them for riding, but …the majority are just petting zoo attractions.
it didn't, the zorse is a man made cross-breed between a horse and a zebra.
they survive by eating their tails they have 500 tails and they think its yummy
No zorses are not extinct they are just endangered
A zorse is a zebra and a horse.
A zorse is in the family of animals called zebroids, meaning an animal that is equine mixed with a zebra. Zorses can live up to 30 years.
They can be in many colours depending on the parents. E.g if the mother is a black and white striped zebra and the father is a chestnut horse then the foal will most likely be… a zebra patterned zorse with chestnut stripes instead of black ones... or a mix. Basically they take the coat colour of the parents but almost all of the time its striped in zebra pattern. They are gorgeous look up some pictures! xx