Zebras are a short, stocky animals that are generally about 8 feet long and stand between 4 and 5 feet at the shoulder. They can weigh up to 650 pounds. The have black coats with white stripes and a short, coarse mane that stands straight up in the air. Zebras are exclusively herbivorous, meaning that they only eat plants. Their diet is almost entirely made up of grasses, but they also eat leaves, bark, shrubs, and more. They spend most of their time grazing on grasses. Zebras live exclusively in Africa. Plains zebras are spread across southeastern Africa, from southern Sudan to South Africa. Mountain zebras are restricted to small areas of southwest Africa. finally, Grevy’s zebras live in the grasslands of Ethiopia and northern Kenya.
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