Why do the ostrich and the zebra live together?
because they share a mutual relationship
Naegleria fowleri and Zebra mussels cannot live together as it may cause fatalities. The former is parasitic and affect any animal that is put together with it. Putting them together in a tank is not advisable. In the wild, they may live together as long as the Zebra mussels can produce enough young to deal with the deficit.
Oh, depending upon the zebra probably the same place the zebra is living now. Since I do not know which specific zebra you have in mind [nevermind which zebra nerf toy is bringing you confusion and, perhaps, grief], I will answer for the general state of zebrahood. There are three species of zebra: the plains zebra, the Grévy's zebra, and the mountain zebra. All wild zebra of all three species live in Africa.
No. The ostrich is native to Africa, not Australia.Two karge, flightless birds found in Australia are the emu and the cassowary. Both of these are ratites, like the ostrich, but very different species. Emus and cassowaries are smaller than the ostrich, and do not really look like the ostrich at all.
Zebras live in Eastern, southwestern and Southern African grasslands, with the largest populations in Kenya and Tanzania. Africa. zebras live in plains or grasslands. Zebras are naturally found in Africa, specifically eastern, southwestern, and southern Africa. ( There are actually three types of zebra; Grevy's Zebra, Mountain Zebra, and most commonlly known, the Plains Zebra.)