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Grevy's zebra. View of three Grevy's zebra (Equus grevyi) feeding on grass. Grevy's zebra are wild horses which live in the savannah of eastern Africa. Their territories are larger than those of plains zebra: an individual Grevy's zebra stallion may have a territory around 10 square kilometres in area. Zebra often associate with other grazing herbivores, such as wildebeest and antelopes. They eat grass primarily, but also eat shoots and leaves. They are an important prey animal for large carnivores such as lions, but can run fast for long distances, and can also put up a powerful fight if they are caught.
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