There are about 5,670 burchell's zebras in the world burchell's zebras are the most common zebras in the world!
In the zebra population there are variation in the stripes. Genes are responsible for variation in their stripes and there are no two zebras that are alike.
Today there are only about 2500 Grevy Zebras remaining. There are 800-1300 Hartmann's mountain zebras and 600-700 cape mountain zebras.
I live in Kenya, and there is no alarming worry over the population of zebras
It results in a population cycle where populations riseand fall over a predictable period of time. It's like a computer program.StartLots of lionsAdequate zebrasLions eat zebrasToo few zebrasSome lions starveAre there enough lions to form healthy breeding population? (Yes: go to #10, No got to #12)Are there enough zebras to form a breeding population? Yes: Go to #,10 No: Go to #12)More zebras than the remaining lions needZebra population expandsLion population expandsGo back to #1Lions die outZebra over population(Go to End)End
No one knows because their are so many of them.
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
Humans control some of the population. We also find them the star of our photo collection when we go to Africa. Zebras were hunted by humans but now we protect them and the population is growing again. I should know. I have done 4 reports on them and they are my favorite animal.
Think of this as a math problem. The population of zebras goes down. Zebras are one of the primary foods for lions. Less food mean less lions and less lions means they have less cubs. Therefore the population goes down. Some will also die due to not finding food and the sick lions will die out not getting replaced by new births.
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.
If you're talking about stuff like lion prides and wolf packs, then zebras live in herds. If you're NOT talking about that type of stuff, well then, you're on your own bub. probally google it..(:
Generally, predators are less populated than their prey. Zebras are herbivores, meaning the grass of the African plains will always be there for them to eat. Lions, on the other hand, have to deal with the fluctuating population of the zebras and other animals for their food.
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