Which animal has a Stripes?

Although the okapi has striped markings reminiscent of zebras, it is most closely related to the giraffe.

Animals With Stripes

  • 1/10. Tiger. A tiger’s stripes are its most distinguishing characteristic.
  • 2/10. Zebra. The zebra uses its famous of black-and-white stripes as a defense mechanism.
  • 3/10. Bumblebee.
  • 4/10. Striped Marlin.
  • 5/10. Okapi.
  • 6/10. Mackerel Tabby Cat.
  • 7/10. Chipmunk.
  • 8/10. Skunk.

Similarly, why do animals have stripes? This “stripe riddle” has puzzled scientists, including Darwin, for over a century. There are five main hypotheses for why zebras have the stripes: to repel insects, to provide camouflage through some optical illusion, to confuse predators, to reduce body temperature, or to help the animals recognize each other.

Keeping this in consideration, which animal has black stripes on its body?

Zebras

Why do tigers and zebras have stripes?

Some have suggested that the stripes may help zebras camouflage themselves and escape from lions and other predators; avoid nasty bites from disease-carrying flies; or control body heat by generating small-scale breezes over the zebra’s body when light and dark stripes heat up at different rates.

What color is a zebra?

Zebras are generally thought to have white coats with black (sometimes brown) stripes. That’s because if you look at most zebras, the stripes end on their belly and toward the inside of the legs, and the rest is all white.

Is a zebra a donkey?

“A zonkey is a cross between a zebra and a donkey. Donkeys are closely related to zebras and both animals belong to the horse family. Zonkeys are very rare”. If you have a male Donkey and female Zebra then you end up with a Zebadonk.

What is a female zebra called?

As with horses, female zebras are called mares, and males are called stallions. All baby zebras are called foals, but young males are colts, and young females are fillies. Their herds usually consist of a stallion, several females and their offspring.

Which animal has long neck?

giraffe

How fast can a zebra run?

Zebras are fast animals. They can run 35 miles per hour.

How tall is a zebra?

It weighs 770 to 990 lbs. (350 to 450 kilograms) and is around 5 feet (1.5 meters) tall from shoulder to hoof. Their thick bodies make them look like mules with stripes. Mountain zebras are from 3.8 to 4.9 feet (116 to 150 cm) tall at the shoulder and weigh 529 to 820 lbs.

What eats a zebra?

The zebra’s main predator or natural enemy is the lion. But other creatures attack, kill and eat zebras as well. Other four-legged natural enemies of the zebra, the wildebeest, and other African herbivores include leopards, hyenas and wild dogs. As for what a zebra eats, zebras are grazers.

What animal is yellow black?

For example, many species of hoverfly are colored black and yellow like bees, and are in consequence avoided by birds (and people).

Can a zebra and giraffe mate?

If you thought that zebras are closely related to giraffes and/or okapis: No. If you thought that zebras are closely related to giraffes and/or okapis: No. Although giraffes and okapis are in the same family, they are too widely separated to interbreed even if they occupied the same habitats, which they don’t.

What animal looks like a zebra?

okapi

What animal is related to a giraffe?

okapi

Which is the tallest animal?

The giraffe is the tallest animal on Earth. Formally known as Giraffa camelopardalis, the average giraffe stands 14 to 19 feet (4.3 to 5.8 meters) tall, according to National Geographic. Most of a giraffe’s height comes from its famously long neck, which can extend almost 7 feet.

How much does an okapi cost?

Also elephants are between $200,000-$500,000, Giraffes are $25,000-$75000 and ,if you have the money, okapi are $750,000-$1 million, but you need to go get it yourself out of the wild. None of these prices include shipping and misc. costs.

What animals have big ears?

10 Cute Animals With Big Ears 1/10. Fennec Fox. The Fennec fox’s comically large ears don’t just help it hear prey from far away or underground, they also help regulate its body temperature. 2/10. Bush Babies. 3/10. Long-Eared Jerboa. 4/10. Bassett Hound. 5/10. Caracal. 6/10. African Elephant. 7/10. Mule Deer. 8/10. Serval.