Zebra on the Go by Jill NogalesAn energetic read-aloud about the circus running away with itself! Ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls, children of all ages: the circus is beginning. Fierce Lion and speedy Zebra are stepping into the ring to perform their actbut wait! Things arent going quite according to planwith one little mistake. Zebra is on the goand Lion is in hot pursuit! Jill Nogaless rollicking text keeps readers on their hooveser, toeswhile newcomer Lorraine Rochas vibrant illustrations bring the whole circus to life.
Their stripes come in different patterns, unique to each individual. They are generally social animals that live in small harems to large herds. Unlike their closest relatives, horses and donkeys , zebras have never been truly domesticated. The latter resembles an ass , to which zebras are closely related, while the former two look more horse-like. All three belong to the genus Equus , along with other living equids.
Discover all the most incredible facts about zebras right here. These stripy African mammals are fascinating creatures and we've got loads of fun facts for you! It would be possible to ride a zebra, but definitely not recommended. Zebras also have very different temperaments to horses. Zebras have been known to kick each other to death, they will viciously bite any human that comes too close, and there are even many accounts of zebras killing lions. The only way to train zebras to be ridden or pull a carriage is through cruel and inhumane treatment. The plains zebra is divided into six extant subspecies the quagga is an extinct subspecies ; the mountain into two.
Snopes needs your help! Learn more. Photographs and videos of these animals together in the plains of Africa frequently depict stalking, hunting, chasing, fighting, and, of course, eating behaviors. Wolf and Sam Sheepdog put their feud on hold when they clock out of work for the day :. This picture however, is not an accurate representation of a lion and a zebra enjoying a moment at a watering hole.
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Zebras are single-hoofed animals that are native to Africa., However, it is in fact just an optical illusion which is the result of a well-timed photo by Gal Zanir, This mind-boggling photo appears to show zebra with TWO bodies.