Zebra snouts are typically blacker than those of donkeys, and their ears are shorter.
What's better than a dancing zebra?
A THUNDER OF HIPPOPOTIMI A DAZZLE OF ZEBRAS AND A CRASH OF RHINOS A LEAP OF LEOPARDS! The rangers all shared information
Visitors to safari parks know the deal: The animals have learned that cars full of people equal delicious snacks. But as
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Some scientists say the stripes are a form of camouflage that protects zebras from hungry lions. Others say they're key to
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“I was amazed by our results,” wrote Caro. "Again and again, there was greater striping on areas of the body in those parts
Group mentality isn't about putting on a pretty spectacle though, it's about staying safe in the midst of cunning predators. But if you're inclined to think zebras are just a bunch of 'nervous Nancys,' well, you're half right.