Adventure into the world of these monotone mammals.
No place is home You can find the signature striped mammal in southern and eastern regions of Africa, thriving in grassland and semiarid environments. Zebras are nomadic animals – this means they rarely settle in one place, instead spending their days in search of greener pastures! One in a million Recognisable by their famously stripy coat, zebras belong to the Equidae family along with donkeys and horses, which is why they look so similar. Just like a human fingerprint, a zebra’s stripe is completely unique and acts as an identifier to others in the herd. The grass is always greener Zebras essentially spend their lives in search of the perfect grassy field to munch on. The herbivores live off grass and occasionally shrubs, leaves and bark. They graze ALL day, wearing their teeth down so much that their teeth keep growing their entire lives! Friendly fellows Living in large groups called herds, these cool creatures are pretty social. As they migrate, groups can often join together forming HUGE herds with hundreds of individuals, they’re not picky about their friends either – joining antelope and wildebeest as well.