Zebras live on the semi-arid grasslands and savannas of southern and eastern Africa. There are three species of zebras that survive in the wild. These are the plains zebra, the mountain zebra and Grevy's zebra. More »

Zebras primarily protect themselves with their great speed, powerful legs and large groups. Zebras are very fast animals that can run up to 35 miles per hour, and they have great stamina, which allows them to outlast pre... More »

Zebras are herbivores and eat mostly different types of grass, but they also eat bark, herbs and shrubs. Zebras prefer full green grass that is short and near the ground. More »

The various species of hedgehog live in temperate woodlands and grasslands across Europe, Africa and Asia. They are also found in New Zealand as an invasive species. More »

The remaining species of zebras live in habitats that include coastal hills, savannas and semi-arid grasslands, mountains and woodlands. Many zebra habitats, as of 2014, are shrinking due to farming and ranching expansio... More »

Black rhinos are large herbivores found in grasslands, deserts and forests in Africa. They are browsers that feed on twigs, woody shrubs, small trees, legumes and grass, manipulating them with their prehensile upper lips... More »

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Some of the animals that live in savannas are lions, leopards, cheetahs, elephants, wild cats, giraffes and zebras, according to Enchanted Learning. Numerous animals live in savannas, from large mammals to invertebrates. More »