Collection of Amazing Zebra Coloring Pages

Who doesn’t recognize the zebra? It is one of the most distinctive animals of the African continent. Now you can get these animals on the following coloring pictures below. Happy coloring.

Zebras are robust animals, similar in shape to the horse. Zebras are known to be black with white stripes, not the other way around, as tests on the embryos show that the background color is dark.

Zebra Coloring Pages

Preschool Coloring Pages Zebra
Preschool Coloring Pages Zebra
Printable Coloring Pages Of A Sitting Zebra
Printable Coloring Pages Of A Sitting Zebra
Printable Coloring Pages Of A Zebra
Printable Coloring Pages Of A Zebra
Printable Zebra Coloring Pages
Printable Zebra Coloring Pages
Rodeo Stampede Zebra Coloring Pages
Rodeo Stampede Zebra Coloring Pages
Saddle Zebra Coloring Pages
Saddle Zebra Coloring Pages
Simple Zebra Coloring Pages
Simple Zebra Coloring Pages
Squinkies Coloring Pages Zebra
Squinkies Coloring Pages Zebra
Zebra A Coloring Pages
Zebra A Coloring Pages
Zebra Coloring Pages For Adults
Zebra Coloring Pages For Adults
Zebra Coloring Pages For Kids
Zebra Coloring Pages For Kids
Zebra Coloring Pages For Preschoolers
Zebra Coloring Pages For Preschoolers
Zebra Coloring Pages Free Printable
Zebra Coloring Pages Free Printable
Zebra Coloring Pages Free
Zebra Coloring Pages Free
Zebra Coloring Pages Printable
Zebra Coloring Pages Printable
Zebra Coloring Pages To Print
Zebra Coloring Pages To Print
Zebra Coloring Pages
Zebra Coloring Pages
Zebra Dental Coloring Pages
Zebra Dental Coloring Pages
Zebra Head Adult Coloring Pages
Zebra Head Adult Coloring Pages
Zebra Print C Coloring Pages
Zebra Print C Coloring Pages
Zebra Print Coloring Pages
Zebra Print Coloring Pages
Zebra Printable Coloring Pages
Zebra Printable Coloring Pages
Pokemon Coloring Pages Zebra Strike
Pokemon Coloring Pages Zebra Strike
Precious Moments Baby Zebra Coloring Pages
Precious Moments Baby Zebra Coloring Pages

They are placed vertically on the head, neck, forequarters, back, and sides, and are horizontal on the back of the body and legs.

There are many theories about this characteristic pattern of shape and color, but the most popular points to a useful camouflage for predators.

Zebra Coloring Pages

Cuties Zebra Alphabet Coloring Pages
Cuties Zebra Alphabet Coloring Pages
Free Coloring Pages Horse Zebra
Free Coloring Pages Horse Zebra
Free Coloring Pages Zebra
Free Coloring Pages Zebra
Funny Zebra Coloring Pages
Funny Zebra Coloring Pages
Images Zebra Coloring Pages
Images Zebra Coloring Pages
Kumbu The Zebra Coloring Pages
Kumbu The Zebra Coloring Pages
Lps Coloring Pages Zinner Garden Zebra
Lps Coloring Pages Zinner Garden Zebra
Lps Zebra Coloring Pages
Lps Zebra Coloring Pages
Palace Pets Coloring Pages Zebra
Palace Pets Coloring Pages Zebra
African Zebra Mask Printable Coloring Pages
African Zebra Mask Printable Coloring Pages
Animal Coloring Pages Zebra
Animal Coloring Pages Zebra
Baby Zebra Coloring Pages To Print
Baby Zebra Coloring Pages To Print
Baby Zebra Coloring Pages
Baby Zebra Coloring Pages
Carousel Zebra Coloring Pages
Carousel Zebra Coloring Pages
Coloring Pages Horse Zebra
Coloring Pages Horse Zebra
Coloring Pages Of A Zebra
Coloring Pages Of A Zebra
Coloring Pages Of Zebra Stripes
Coloring Pages Of Zebra Stripes
Coloring Pages Zebra
Coloring Pages Zebra
Cute Animal Coloring Pages Lps Zebra
Cute Animal Coloring Pages Lps Zebra
Cute Baby Zebra Coloring Pages
Cute Baby Zebra Coloring Pages
Cute Coloring Pages Zebra
Cute Coloring Pages Zebra
Cute Zebra Coloring Pages Small
Cute Zebra Coloring Pages Small
Cute Zebra Coloring Pages
Cute Zebra Coloring Pages

They have a mane of black and white bristly hair. They are also endowed with excellent vision as their eyes, located on each side of the head, give them a wide field of view.

Their ears are round and can be moved in any direction, so their hearing is also excellent. Plains zebras are the most abundant in Africa and are also the smallest of the three species.

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Grevy’s zebra is the largest, and its stripes are thinner. In general, these mammals measure 1.3 meters high and weigh about 350 kilograms.

Zebras are present in territories in the east and south-east of the African continent. They live in areas of Botswana, Zimbabwe, Tanzania, Zambia, Ethiopia, Kenya, Somalia, Namibia, and Angola.

They inhabit grasslands, meadows, savannahs, rocky slopes, and stunted forests in semi-arid climates. They avoid deserts, jungles, and wetlands.

They are herbivorous animals, so their diet is full of grass, herbs, leaves, bush stems, branches, and bark. Most of their days are spent in feeding activities, but their teeth grow throughout their lives.

When they are together, zebras cooperate in caring for each other. For example, if they are attacked, they will crowd together and place the foals in the center to protect them while the stallions try to keep the intruder away.

They communicate using high-pitched neighing and sounds similar to the braying of the donkey. If their ears are upright, it means that the zebra is quiet or tense; if they point forward, it is frightened. Like horses, zebras sleep standing up.