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Zebras usually live between Zimbabwe to the Sudan in East Africa. They usually live in huge grasslands that have no trees or woodlands. Zebras eat all kinds of grass.

Their predators are lions, hyenas, hunting dogs and cheaters. At night while the rest Zebra_small.jpgof the herd are sleeping, one zebra keeps watch for predators. Zebras eat all day in order to gain the nutrition they require. When zebras feel they are in danger, they all come together to confuse their predator with their stripes. Zebras have huge, flat teeth that are made for grinding up grass and crops. When a mother gives birth to a new zebra it will keep it from the other zebras for about two or three days. The Zebras stripes are like a man’s fingerprints. They tell them who they are.