Zebra Coloring Pages

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In this category, you will find different motifs on the subject of zebra coloring pictures. Here you can quickly and easily print out your Zebra coloring picture. Afterward, you can color in your Zebra picture with your favorite colors.

Zebras have a unique pattern, but it helps against robbers like lions. When many zebras stand together, you cannot see the outline of individual animals. So it isn’t effortless for the lions to recognize a single animal.

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Zebras belong to the horse family, just like our domestic horses, wild horses, and donkeys. A long time ago, zebras also lived in Europe. Today we only find them in Africa, especially in the savannahs south of the Sahara desert.

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There are three other species, the Grevy Zebra, the Mountain Zebra, and the Plains Zebra. The Grevy Zebra is the largest horse species still living in the wild on earth. It reaches a length of 300 cm and a shoulder height of 125 to 150 cm. An adult animal weighs about 350 to 430 kg. Grevyzebras can be found in northeast Africa in the countries of Ethiopia and Kenya.

Steppe zebras live in the large savannas from Kenya to South Africa. They are smaller and lighter than the other two zebra species. The mouth is colored black. Steppe zebras have a short, upright mane. Their legs are quite short.

All zebras have black and white stripes. However, the species have different numbers and sizes of strips. They have a tassel on their tail, in contrast to our domestic horses, whose tail consists of long hairs.

The Grevy Zebra has about 80 stripes, which are close together, the Mountain Zebra only about 45. The fur of the Plains Zebras has the broadest stripes. Cross-stripes also cover the rear part of their belly.

There are several explanations of why zebras wear stripes. It is believed that the tsetse flies, which transmit the dangerous sleeping sickness, cannot perceive the zebras because of the strips.