Behavioural Adaptations

Reproduction adaptations
The grevy zebra To protect there offsprings in the wild they form herds of about 200 zebras compared to there usual 14 adults. They travel in packs so that there is less of a chance because two lions wouldn't attack one herd. Compared to they would be a much easier target if there was less of them and one or two week links. Since every zebra has a unique pattern once the mother zebra is pregnant the separates from the group so when the baby is born the can spend time together so the baby can memorize it's mother stripe pattern, so it cal identify it.

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Avoiding predators
They stay close together in herds so the lion gets confused. Lion is frightened off by the size of the zebra. Use there strong back legs for kicking a lion if it comes close. Children memorize there mother so that they never get lost and always stick with the herd.
Avoiding Predators
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Recourses adaptations
The dominate males of the herd hold the territory boundaries and the territory ranged from two to twenty square kilometres in space, in a group of matured adult herd. Males mark the territory with urine and feces.
Zebras graze 60% of there time and when food becomes scares the switch to 80% of there time grazing just so they have enough to eat and stay healthy.
Zebras like to stay near a water source because they frequently need it so the graze near it.

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Food link