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Zebras

Described as a "horse in striped pajamas," three species of zebra inhabit Africa. They are equiids, which means they are members of the horse family and are odd-toed ungulates. Zebras inhabit tropical grasslands in sub-Saharan Africa. Social herd animals, they live in groups called harems. Their distinctive black and white stripes have made them a favorite of children for many generations.

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What is the zebra called in the film Madagascar?

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The name of the zebra in Madagascar is Marty.

What places hire 13-year-olds in Maryland?

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Like every teen who in their right mind is so deprived of proper pay from their paents they we want a job! Right now Chick and Ruth's Deli in Annapolis, Maryland hires at 13 but it might be 14.

Do zebras like the rain?

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I'm not an expert on elephants by a long shot, but if the videos I saw on Youtube are any indication, they do like rain! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nUmDdTFotzQ

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HH4sva2cTAU

When did Pong come out?

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Ralph Baer created Pong, as the first video game.

Do zebras protect themselves by kicking out their back legs?

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They do, just not as much as animals like those of the feline family would. Zebras, just like any horse, prefer to utilize the power in their hindquarters to fight than the pawing capacity of their front legs. The front feet and legs are more to block and parry with a rival stallion than to strike with. The main thing they'd use to strike with coming from their forehand (or front quarters) is their mouth.

Do zebras like sugar?

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YES!

How do you make a zebra in little alchemy?

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you cant. I kept tring, so you really cant.

Can you own a zebra?

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I guess you first put it in a round pen and get it used to that. Next, put a saddle on it and wait while it bucks like crazy and gets used to that. Try sitting on it's back while someone holds it for you. try a bridle in it. and you good to go. So basically brake it and train it like you would a regular horse. I dont know why you would want to RIDE a ZEBRA anyway.

How do zebras show their mood?

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They can turn their ears in almost any direction and use this to express their mood, for example pulled backwards when angry, or standing erect when calm and friendly.

Are black and brown caterpillars poisonous?

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No.It shouldn't be poisonous.Most Caterpillars like that are furry.Some are black with red stripes and some are red with black stripes.

Colors of the zebra?

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57 and counting, which means there might be more we haven't discovered yet

Do Zebras have winking Vulva's?

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Don't even doubt it. They wink the sh!t out of 'em.

When did the zebra butterfly evolve?

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A zebra butterfly evolved 4,000 years ago.

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What is interesting about a Quagga?

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The quagga is a recently extinct subspecies of the Plains zebra. Unlike other zebras, with their full-body black and white stripes, the quagga was striped only on the front part of its body, with its hindquarters a solid, darker brown. The stripes on its head faded to a yellow-ish brown body and made for a creature with a very unique set of markings.

Sense organs on a zebra?

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Zebras do not have any special or unique senses.

What does a baby zebra eat?

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Baby zebras drink there mothers milk and when they grow older they eat grass, leafy plants ,and small shrubs.

How long is a zebra's tongue?

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A zebras tongue is about 12 inches (about 30.48 cm).

How did the quagga survive in its habitat?

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Since this is an extinct animal, we do not know a lot about the behavior of the animal. They traveled in herds of 30-50, giving some safety in numbers. Like all horse-like animals, they have hooves and teeth they can use to defend themselves, and they can run. Unfortunately, they met up with the ultimate predator- man, and were hunted to extinction.

Is a zebra mussel a carnivore?

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Zebras are herbivores.

Does a zebra have a pink or black tongue?

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a blue/purple and just a tiny hint of yellow.
Purple

How many miles can a zebra run every day?

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Up to 7 miles a day

What are Zebras adaptations?

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The zebra have three major structural adaptation. Their stripes cause confusion in a group, their legs allow for 40 MPH escapes, and their strong incisor teeth leave damaging bites in their predators.

What is feeder stripe. Difference between feeder stripe engineering stripe?

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Feeder Stripe

# Feeder stripe has a small repeating unit approximately 1.9 inch.

# There is no extra device on feeder stripe.

# Production cost is low.

# Productivity is high.

Engineering/Auto stripe-

# Engineering/Auto stripe has large repeating unit.

# There is no limitation in repeating unit.

# There is an extra device named "Finger" that can feed extra thread for knitting.

# Low productivity.

# Production cost high approximately 7-10 times higher.

# A large derivatives in stripe.

How long does it take for a baby zebra to start to run?

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  1. Running Speed
  2. According to the American Museum of Natural History, zebras can run as fast as 40 mph when measured for maximum speeds over approximate quarter-mile distances.

Thanks to :http://www.ehow.com/facts_5445736_fast-can-zebra-run.html

-Hope that helped!