answersLogoWhite

Top Answer
User Avatar
Wiki User
Answered
2008-10-17 17:39:02
2008-10-17 17:39:02

* Plains Zebra (Equus burchelli) * Grant's Zebra * Crawshay's Zebra * Upper Zambezi Zebra * Chapman's Zebra * Damara Zebra * Burchell's zebra (extinct) * Quagga (extinct) * Grevy's Zebra (Equus greyvi) * Mountain Zebra (Equus zebra) * Cape Mountain Zebra * Hartmann's Mountain Zebra

001
๐Ÿ™
0
๐Ÿคจ
0
๐Ÿ˜ฎ
0
๐Ÿ˜‚
0

Related Questions


Zebras are defined as a species, not a breed. There are around three species of Zebras that live in Africa.


there are three types of zebrasPlains Zebra, Grevy's Zebra and the Mountain Zebra


The Plains Zebra, the most common species, has an estimated 660,000. The other two species are much fewer in number. There are perhaps 2000 Grevy zebras and 1500 Mountain Zebras


No they aren't. There are many differences between zebras and horses, such as the size of their hooves, their manes, and tails.


Zebras are a specific species, not hybrids. You only get zebras from other zebras.


Donkeys and zebras are different species. They are; however, part of the same genus Equus.


That depends on climate, location, and species.


Of course they do! How would the zebra species still be 'alive' if the adult zebras didn't have baby zebras. Of course they have babies.


Quaggas are extinct. Breeding horses to zebras or zebras to wild asses will not recreate an extinct species.


The Mountain Zebras are endangered, there are only 2,500 left in the world.


Zebras are in the same Genus as horses (Equus) but are different species from horses.


Yes. Horses and Zebras are of the same species and can mate succesfully.


there are around 600-700 Mountain Zebras in the world. I just did a report on endangered species and chose this rare animal



Zebras have the same senses as most of the mammals. The can see, hear, touch, and communicate with others of its species.


No, zebras do not eat mountain lions and mountain lions do not eat zebras. Zebras are from Africa and mountain lions are strictly an American species. They would never meet in nature.


There are 5 types of zebras. The most common are Plains zebras, Mountain zebras, and Grevy's zebras


perhaps in zoos, but as a naturally occurring species, no.


There are Three kinds of Zebras.



They were born with them, through the process of genetics and their species type.


They have many similarities. They are from the same family and species. they have the same structure of bones and skeletal properties. Their muscels are also similar. Technically, zebras are just wild horses that are covered in stripes.


Donkey, and zebras, horse and ponies all belong the the Genus: Equus; though they are seprate species.


of course there are laws protecting zebras in fact there are laws protecting most endangerd species in African savanna


Zebras have a whopping 1,293 bones.



Copyright ยฉ 2020 Multiply Media, LLC. All Rights Reserved. The material on this site can not be reproduced, distributed, transmitted, cached or otherwise used, except with prior written permission of Multiply.