About the Author
◊ Hi, My name is Erika.
◊ I like playing volleyball, football,
◊ I chose this animal because it
sounded cool and I wanted to learn
more about it.
◊ I love ice cream, spaghetti, and
Who am I ?
◊ I’m a zebra!
◊ I’m 3.5 ft up to my shoulder.
◊ I’m 5ft up to the tips of my hair.
◊ I live up to 25 years old.
◊ My colors are black and white.
◊ My stripes help me camouflage.
◊ My patterns make it hard for
predators to see me.
◊ I weight up to 440 lbs to 990 lbs.
◊ Isn’t that heavy.
The Early Years
◊ As a young zebras can travel outside the
herd as long as they are near the female.
◊ They nurse from there mom and do not
have a hard time finding there mother.
Habitat Sweet Habitat
◊ Zebras live in southern Africa so they live
in grass area where there is twigs,
plants, and more.
◊ They live where the grass is high
because then the predators won’t see
them as well as they will see them in
What’s On the Menu
The zebra eat grass.
Zebras are herbivore so the eat grass . They
drink water like you and me.
◊ The zebras are relatives to the horse.
◊ So when the zebras leave tracks they
often look like the horses hooves.
◊ Just like horses the zebra has hooves.
◊ Zebras are costly being aware of lions and
◊ Many zebras keep eye for danger.
◊ If an animal is attacked the others will
keep defense by circling the injured animal.
◊ To scare the predators away.
“Where in the World?”
◊ The zebra lives in southern
◊ They live were the grass is
and were it is hot out.
◊ Southern Africa is full with
grass, corn, and more for a
zebra to eat.
Did You Know? Fun Fact!
Did You Know
◊ Size of the relative is 6ft ( 2 men). The zebra comes from the name Old Pentagon which
comes from Zevra which comes from Wild Ass.
◊ Zebras are social animals they spend most of there time in herds so they can defend
◊ Zebras and there uniqueness with there strips help recognize each other.