https://www.reference.com/pets-animals/many-teeth-zebra-5428e0616d68b489

Of the three extant species of zebra, two have 36 or 40 teeth, depending on sex, and one has 42 teeth. Their teeth patterns are very similar to those of domestic ...

https://www.livescience.com/27443-zebras.html

Oct 17, 2014 ... Zebras, which have never been domesticated, are known for their stripes, ... When zebras stand together, it is harder for predators to determine how many zebras are in the group. ... Facial expressions, such as wide-open eyes or bared teeth, ... Another habit of zebras is mutual grooming, which they do to ...

https://theanimalfacts.com/mammals/zebra/

Apr 16, 2014 ... Zebras have excellent eyesight with the eyes on the side of the head to give ... their teeth are ground down by chewing on grasses so much.

https://kids.nationalgeographic.com/animals/zebra/

Each zebra has its own unique pattern of distinctive stripes, just as humans have ... A zebra's teeth keep growing for its entire life, because constant grazing and ...

https://www.giraffebone.com/zebra-molars.html

Sep 12, 2017 ... Zebras evolved among the Old World horses within the last 4 million years. It has been suggested that zebras are polyphyletic and that striped ...

https://animals.sandiegozoo.org/animals/zebra

They graze for many hours each day, using their strong front teeth to clip off the ... Grevy's zebras do not have a herd system, and males and females have no ...

https://www.affiliateddentists.com/info/animal-teeth/

Aug 27, 2013 ... Humans have at most 32 teeth, but many animals have way more than we do. A horse can have up to 44, a dolphin can have up to 250, and a ...

https://nationalzoo.si.edu/animals/grevys-zebra

Grevy's zebras have many other adaptations that are common to all zebras. ... All of their teeth are elongated and covered with thick enamel to allow them to ... Unlike all other species of zebras, Grevy's zebras do not form permanent herds or  ...

https://www.natgeokids.com/za/discover/animals/general-animals/zebra-facts/

Zebra facts! How much do you know about these black and white beauties? We' re off to Africa ... 4) So why do zebras have stripes? Well, scientists aren't entirely  ...

https://www.britannica.com/animal/zebra

The teeth of all three species are adapted for grazing. ... The mountain zebra has smaller stripes than the plains zebra; its stripes are ... Many scientists maintain that the zebra's stripes evolved to thwart horse fly ... Adult males and females do not form lasting bonds, but related females may occupy the same grazing areas.