Zebras protect themselves by either the old technique of running away until the slowest or weakest is left behind or they will rarely circle the predator which causes the threat to become disoriented and run away
Zebras travel in herds only for protection, but if a crocodile is near or eating a zebra,then they have to rush to the greenery fields or valleys.
for protection cos in the wild lions would easily hunt them.
For protection . Isolated animals are often caught easily by predators.
Lions and hyenas prey on zebras. Zebra herds may also follow wildebeest herds for protection. Many birds such as ox peckers can also be found riding the zebras and removing ticks and other parasites.
It is safest for zebras and any other herd animal to stay in it's herd because otherwise it would be extremely vulnerable. A herd gives it protection.
Lions will eat zebras, and it is best for their heard that they eat the week and the infirm. If the Lions start eating strong fast zebras the zebra gene pool will weaken and heard will die off.
Collective nouns for zebras are:a cohort of zebrasa herd of zebrasa zeal of zebras
There are 5 types of zebras. The most common are Plains zebras, Mountain zebras, and Grevy's zebras
Zebras eat. Zebras look for food. Zebras walk, or run occasionally.
what country do zebras live in? where do zebras live?
Zebras give birth to foals, which are baby zebras.
Zebras reproduce sexually, so zebras do have fathers.
Some zebras are hunted, but grevy zebras are still numerous. Other zebras are hunted for their skin.
Zebras are prey. Several other animals eat zebras, but zebras don't eat other animals.
No, there are no zebras in Wyoming. (Zebras are native to the African continent.)
Zebras go in herds. Zebras never go alone
No. Zebras do not have whiskers.
No, Zebras are not carnivores.
How zebras breath
Zebras do not hibernate.
zebras are not blind
No zebras do not have beards
No, zebras do not have quills.
No, Zebras do not have fangs.