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.

Asked in Shopping, Zebras, High School

What stores sell Roxy or zebra print backpacks?

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All PAC sun (pacific sun) stores sell Roxy and zebra print backpacks. If they are out of stock at PAC sun try justice for zebra backpacks
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Why isn't black or white a primary color?

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because they dont make other colours.
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What kind of food do Norwegians eat?

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They eat much the same as any Western nation, but they do eat more seafood. There is a very tasty Norwegian goat's cheese called geitost (pron. yay-terst) which looks and tastes a bit like caramel. Another tasty Norwegian treat is called Lefse. It is like a patato pancake. They are qood with butter, cinnamon sugar, or berry jams.
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Who sang black and white?

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Michael Jackson
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How fast can a zebra run?

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A zebra can run as fast as 40 miles per hour.
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How long does it take a Zebra to reproduce?

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The gestation period of a zebra is anywhere from 360 to 390 days. The mare then nurses her foal for up to 12 months.
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Why is a group of zebras called a herd?

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they seem to stick together as a family they never leave a zebra behind and herd is an ancient name for family
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Dealer of zebra printer in India?

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we required distributors for Zebra ,india
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How long is a zebra pregnant for?

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About a year - 360 days
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How many zebras can a lion eat?

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3 and a half, depending on whether or not it had sexual intercourse in the morning or the last night.
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What can grow in grasslands?

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Grass grazing animals (eg zebras) weeds insects animals who feed off insects or weeds bacteria viruses snow banks moles heat waves people taxes
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Do zebras have more black stripes than white stripes?

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They have more white stripes because their stomach is white
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Do zebras kill any animals?

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no they get killed and pounced on from behind
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A zebra eats grass a lion eat zebras what is this an example of?

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This is an example of the food chain. The Zebra is a herbivore which means they only eat grass and a lion is a carnivore which means it eats another animal or eats meat. so the answer is zebras are herbivores and lions are carnivores.
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How fast does a Grevy Zebra go?

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55 miles per hour
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Why are zebras born with brown and white stripes?

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because they are only babies
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What temperature do zebras live in?

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about in the 90 or 100
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What adaptations does a zebra have?

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Black and white stripes to allow it to blend in with each other and cause confusion to a predator Teeth to bite with and feet to kick out at a predator Ability to run/walk and travel long distances, traveling same distances that wildebeest must travel to seek new grazing areas A digestive system to help it digest and utilize the coarse grasses it grazes Strong herd instinct, better to protect themselves and each other from predators The structural adaptations of the zebra include distinctive markings, long powerful legs and strong incisor teeth. The stripes make it hard to distinguish individuals in a pack, the legs allow movement at 40 MPH and the teeth allow them to leave terrible bites on their enemies.
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Where does the zebra live?

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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.)