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Zebra Coloring Pages – Printable

Some says zebras are horses in pijamas :). They are hilarous animals in many movies and we hope you have fun while coloring our zebra coloring pages.

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Interesting Facts About Zebras

Zebras are a type of equid, or horse-like herbivore, native to the African continent. They are known for their unique striped patterns, which are a result of the unique pattern of their coat. The zebra’s stripes are not caused by skin pigment, but rather by a unique genetic mutation.

Zebra patterns have evolved over time and there are two main theories on how they came to be: the “shifting coat pattern” theory and the “striped forelimb” theory. The shifting coat pattern theory states that the zebra’s striped pattern evolved from a solid white coloration with a black stripe on their back and sides. Over time, the stripes became longer until they were as long as the rest of their body, which created the current striped pattern of the zebra. The shifting coat pattern theory is supported by studies that show that zebra coloration has changed over time in response to changing environmental conditions. According to this theory, a population of animals with solid white coats would have survived better in areas with high levels of ultraviolet radiation because it would help prevent them from being eaten by predators. This population would then have gradually changed into the striped form seen today when there were no longer enough predators to force them to change their coat patterns. In contrast, scientists who support the striped forelimb hypothesis state that zebra stripes arose when an individual animal was born with a mutation in its genes for melanin production.

Zebras are the fastest land animals in the world. They can run up to 35 miles per hour and they can keep this speed for over 20 minutes. The zebra is a very beautiful animal and people love them for their black and white stripes. They are found in Africa, but zebra are also found in the wild in India, and they can be seen on the African plains. Zebra are a member of the Equidae family.

The zebra has a very specific diet that consists of grass, leaves and flowers. The zebra’s main purpose is to eat food and to keep itself healthy. They are very fast animals, so they do not need much food to keep themselves healthy. The zebra has a long tongue that can reach up to 3 feet long. This makes them good at eating food from bushes and trees, and it also makes them great at catching insects.

The zebra lives in groups called herds with one male and several females in each herd. These herds follow each other around all day long so they can protect themselves from predators such as lions or other animals that might attack them. If an animal is about to attack a herd of zebras, the males will fight back by fighting with their horns until one of them falls over or gets hurt so they cannot fight anymore. The female will run away or try to escape with their babies by running into thick bushes or trees where there is no danger from predators or humans. Zebras do not have a home like other animals because they live in the open plains where there is no place for them to stay safe from predators or people who might harm them for their fur or skin.

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