Zebra Facts – 100 Engrossing Facts About Zebras
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Facts About Zebras
Zebra coats are shiny and dissipate 70% of the incoming heat.
The zebra striped coat acts as a camouflage and helps it to disguise from the predators.
The stripes on each zebra have different patterns. Just like human fingerprints and each snowflake.
The white and black zebra stripes act as the bug repellent on the zebra skin coat.
Zebras have strong social bonds in their groups, and often groom each other using their teeth.
Zebra stallions curl their top lips to heighten their sense of smell, helping it to detect when a female is ready to mate.
Tijuana Zebras are not zebras, but they are painted donkeys used in the towns of Mexico as a tourist gimmick.
Zebras are courageous animals and are not afraid to confront their predators. Their powerful kick can seriously injure its predator.
Zebras weigh between 400 to 850 pounds, depending on the species. The Grevy’s zebra is the largest wild member of the horse family.
Zebras are found to mingle with antelope herds, as an extra protection against threat.