Zebra Adaptations: Lesson for Kids

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Why do scientists think zebras have stripes?

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1. How might their stripes help zebras recognize each other?

2. Why do zebras have a wider view than you do?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

The following quiz and worksheet combo allow you to find out what you know about zebra adaptations. Answer questions about the different ways zebra are able to protect themselves from predators and other things.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

Through this set of questions, you'll assess your knowledge of:

  • A zebra's ears
  • Why zebras have stripes
  • The reason zebras can run so fast

Skills Practiced

  • Reading awareness - make sure you know the most important information from the material, such as why zebras have such good hearing
  • Remembering details - remember what you've learned about why a zebra has such a wide field of vision
  • Learning practice - use what you know to answer questions about what scientists think a zebra's stripes are for and how they can be used by other zebras to identify one another

Additional Learning

If you want to know more about this four-legged animal, read the lesson titled Zebra Adaptations: Lesson for Kids. You will explore new concepts like:

  • Zebra predators
  • What a group of zebra is called
  • Why zebras' stripes are like human fingerprints
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