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Genaya
Aug 21, 2016
Nice one like this one a lot.
carolsapple
Feb 22, 2016
Yes that's true about the Zebra capability. I'm guessing the Zebra heard something. Many of the animals that graze do this behavior to help protect the herd.
JamieT
Feb 7, 2016
I think the zebra that seems to be looking out is doing just that. Zebras are often attacked by larger cats, such as lions and cheetahs, and one of their best defenses is speed. Their other defense is a really strong kick that can stun or kill an attacker.

I remember a cartoon zebra for Fruit Stripe gum in the 1960's. It was a somewhat disappointing gum from what I remember - the flavor was gone within a few minutes. Perhaps if they had spent more effort in getting the flavor to stick around than getting the striped gum, it might have been more popular.
KarenBuglet
Feb 20, 2016
I haven't thought of Fruit Stripe gum in years and you are correct, they used a cartoon zebra in their advertising. Some strong flavored gum from around that time period I remember was clove gum which I loved and Blackjack gum which I hated.
carolsapple
Feb 14, 2016
Cheetahs don't come in herds. If their in a group, like mother and offspring - there called prides. Was bummed one day growing up, I was sick and my family went on a safari to see the animals. They arrived back and said they saw a leopard.
orinoco
Feb 6, 2016
I remember the first time I heard the noise a zebra makes. I was so surprised!! But not as surprised as when I heard a cheetah!
pixipixil
Feb 6, 2016
I hope you were a good distance from the cheetah when you heard him!
orinoco
Feb 7, 2016
Oh, sure--on TV!
ParsonWayne
Feb 8, 2016
I didn't know cheetahs came in herds. I figures then were lions and came in prides.
JUDY2014
Feb 6, 2016
Is a Zebra considered a horse, donkey or mule or none of these?
pixipixil
Feb 6, 2016
It's in the horse family but isn't a horse, mule or donkey. It's its own separate species, I think.
pixipixil
Feb 6, 2016
You can cross a zebra and horse and a donkey and horse but like a donkey/horse cross (= mule) they are sterile. If they were the same species they would not be sterile.
rahrah1820
Feb 6, 2016
From the San Diego Zoo "Zebras are equids, members of the horse family. They have excellent hearing and eyesight and can run at speeds of up to 35 miles per hour (56 kilometers per hour). They also have a powerful kick that can cause serious injury to a predator, like a lion, a hyena, or an African wild dog. Usually the lead male of the herd, called a stallion, sounds the alarm if danger is spotted and stays at the back of the group to defend against predators if necessary, while the mares (females) and foals (youngsters) run away."
kjd3682
Feb 6, 2016
Thanks rahrah1820! It's amazing all the stuff you can learn on this site! ;-)
pattyispatience
Feb 7, 2016
If I remember correctly it's in the horse family!
ParsonWayne
Feb 8, 2016
All part of the Equine family.
collieflower
Feb 6, 2016
They have gentle faces--like horses
JamieT
Feb 7, 2016
Unlike horses, zebras have not been tamed as a work animal. There's a great book, "Guns, Germs, and Steel" by Jared Diamond about his theories why people of European origin managed to dominate much of the world. One reason was the number of animals that could be domesticated. In Africa, oxen and camels have been the animals that humans have been able to use for work. In South America, llamas, alpacas, and guinea pigs are the animals that have been domesticated for work and other uses.

Europeans were able to domesticate cattle, horses, pigs, etc. and take them around the world, sometimes to the detriment of the local wildlife. It also helped the Europeans that many other peoples weren't able to survive the germs, such as smallpox, that Europeans had built up resistance to. It's a very interesting book that I would recommend anyone who wonders how the world ended up like it is to read.
pixipixil
Feb 6, 2016
Bongos, kudus, okapis, numbats, 13 striped ground squirrel, Tasmanian wolf (extinct), Elans, hyenas, striped skunks (more than one stripe) are a few other mammals with stripes.
You can cross a zebra and horse (zorse) and get a horse with some striping or a zebra and donkey and get a donkeu with striped legs but like a mule (hosre/donky cross) they don't reproduce.
pixipixil
Feb 6, 2016
Boy I sure had typos in this post. I think you get what the words were tho.
JamieT
Feb 7, 2016
I think the crossbreeding of zebras with horses and donkeys get different names depending on the species of which animal. I know there's a zedonk, male zebra with a female donkey. A zorse is a male zebra with a female horse. There appears to be quite a few different names - if you look in Wikipedia under "zebroid". They're pretty rare in the wild, but can happen. There's a drive through zoo near Springfield, MO with some zedonks. I wonder if they're easier to tame than zebras - one reason for the crossbreeding is to get an animal that's disease resistant.
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