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Zebra Habitat

The natural zebra habitat is different from most domesticated farms; the babies need to grow up in an environment that closely matches the natural wild. These animals are concentrated in East and South Africa, but long ago, there were also species on the American continent. The population has dropped dramatically over the last several decades due to the destruction of their natural habitat and massed killing. The natural zebra habitat is different from most domesticated farms; the babies need to grow up in an environment that closely matches the natural wild.

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These animals have a long gestation period (about 13 months), and foals are born singly. This is another reason for the fall in the population. They move in social groups, and foals retain bonds with their parents for a long time. The natural zebra habitat is different from most domesticated farms; the babies need to grow up in an environment that closely matches the natural wild.



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