Zebras are herbivores, so they only eat grasses, plants and shrubs. They are commonly found across the Savanna, with most of their population rooted in Africa.
A zebra’s diet is centralized around plant life. Some have even been recorded to eat twigs and bark from trees. They are social animals, usually seen grazing in packs called harems. Their population exceeds more than 700,000 living in the wild.
Although zebras are prey for many of the savannas top tier predators, their main threat for survivor roots in their habitat. Human interaction, such as farming, has taken over much of their livable land.