Zebras are herbivores - they don't prey on (eat) other animals.
As herbivores, the prey for zebras would be plants and grass.
Zebras don't have prey, that would mean that they are carnivorous. The zebra is a herbivore that eats vegetation.
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What is an example of predator prey relationships?
Predator-prey relationships exists in all ecosystems in all corners of the Earth. A good, classic example would be the lion and zebra relationship in Africa. A zebra is often the prey to the lions predatory nature. ...