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This is an assessment to see how much you know about zebras. If you ever go on a safari, it would be good to know in case your friends asked you for pictures of zebras.
How do you know you're looking at a zebra? (copy)
Test Content about zebras
There's a horse and a zebra. Zebras have stripes, horses generally don't.
What is the main characteristic that makes a zebra different from a horse or a donkey?
Here is a picture of a horse and a zebra. You can tell the zebra by its stripes. Horses generally don't have stripes.
- I don't know
Check all statements that are true:
- Zebras are black and white.
- Zebra stripes are generally vertical
- If you breed a black horse with a white horse, you get a zebra.
So, are all of these guys zebras then?
Stripes aren't everything though. So it can get a little tricky. Luckily you won't find some of these guys on your safari.
Not a zebra.
Not a zebra either.
How are zebras made? (copy)
True or false: Each zebra has been carefully created by a special painter painting the stripes on a white horse.
How not to make a zebra.
Can zebras do yoga? (copy)
And on that note, goodbye!