Zebras are distinctive, striped equine animals that are native to Africa. There are three species of zebras: the plains zebra, the mountain zebra, and the Grévy's zebra. Zebras are known for their distinctive black and white stripes, which are unique to each individual and are thought to help zebras recognize each other and deter predators. Zebras are herbivorous, feeding on a variety of grasses and other plants. They are also social animals and live in herds, which are led by a dominant male. Zebras are adapted for life on the open plains, and are known for their speed and endurance. They are also strong swimmers and can cross rivers and other bodies of water to find food and water. Zebras are an important part of many ecosystems, serving as a food source for a variety of predators and helping to disperse the seeds of plants. They are also popular cultural symbols, and are often depicted in art, literature, and film. However, zebras are also threatened by habitat loss and poaching, and several subspecies are listed as endangered. Efforts are being made to protect and conserve zebras, including the creation of protected areas and the enforcement of conservation laws.
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