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How many toes do zebras have on each foot?
When the stand together, two zebras often face in opposite directions. Why?
They don't like the looks of each other.
That way they can better watch for predators.
It helps them search out better feeding grounds faster.
Why is one type of zebra named the quagga?
It was named for the sound it made.
It was named for Charels Quagga, who discovered it.
It was named for the region it came from.
If one zebra is in trouble,
the others run away fast.
the others will ignore it.
the others will come to its rescue.
Zebras almost never rest in tall grass. Why?
Predators could be hiding there.
They could get lost.
Tall grass itches.
Baby zebras are called
mostly plants, but occasionally meat.
bark, grubs, and snakes.
Why are zebras so careful at watering holes?
They might fall in and drown.
They might get grabbed by a crocodile.
They don't like to get their feet wet.
What are the three different zebra species?
Plains, mountain, and Grevy's
Plains, mountain, and valley
Grevy's, Grant's, and Goodman's
What is a zebra's favorite way to bathe?
Going through the car wash.
Dancing in the rain.
Rolling in the mud.
Do zebras make much noise?
No, they are mostly silent, like giraffes.
No, loud noises startle them.
Yes, they bray and bark loudly.
Why do zebras like oxpecker birds?
Because they clean the zebra's skin by eating the pests they find there.
Because their singing is very soothing.
Because zebras know they can follow them to find new grazing grounds.
What happens when a zebra spots a predator?
Everyone scrambles to hide.
An alarm call is passed, and they all run.
The stallion races out to attack the predator.
How long will it be before a newborn zebra can keep up with a running herd?
Ancient Romans called zebras
Besides zebras, how many other types of horses have stripes?
Zebras are found
in Africa and Asia.
in Africa only.
When water is scarce
zebras can sniff out underwater pools and dig them out.
zebras eat lots of watery fruits.
zebras will drink mud.
When danger threatens, how do zebras protect their foals?
By hiding them in bushes.
By keeping the foals in the center of the herd.
By keeping very quiet and still.
What did the Empress Josephine do with the zebra in her private zoo?
She dressed it in a hat and jacket.
She kept it in a corner at balls and parties.
She let her children ride zebra-back.
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