Zebras are social animals that reside in large groups known as "harems." Mountain and plains zebras live in harems that generally consist of one stallion, six mares and their young. Grevy's zebras only come together as a... More »

A pack of zebras is called a "harem." Plains and mountain zebras often form harems consisting of one stallion and up to six mares with their young that stick together for years. Grevy's zebras may form herds of up to 30 ... More »

A baby zebra is called a foal. A foal stays with its mother alone, separate from the herd, for a few days after its birth to learn her unique scent. A harem is a group of several female zebras with offspring that are pro... More »

Zebras, best known for their black and white stripes, are herbivorous social animals that like to travel in groups. Zebras engage in mutual grooming behavior and travel at a pace that accommodates the elderly, infirm and... More »

Individual zebras each have different numbers of stripes because they are all unique. Although the three species of zebras share general patterns, no two animals are exactly alike. More »

One interesting fact about zebras is that different species have different size stripes that range from narrow to wide. Zebras that live farther south on the African planes have stripes that are further apart those of ze... More »

A pack of zebras is called a "harem." Plains and mountain zebras often form harems consisting of one stallion and up to six mares with their young that stick together for years. Grevy's zebras may form herds of up to 30 ... More »