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It depends on which zebra you are referring to. There are three species of zebra.

  • Mountain Zebra (Equus zebra)
  • Plains Zebra (Equus quagga)
  • Grevy's Zebra (Equus grevyi)

The Zebra is a relative of a horse.

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