Translation of zebra in Spanish:


cebra, n.

Pronunciation /ˈzibrə//ˈzɛbrə//ˈziːbrə/

nounPlural zebras

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    cebra feminine
    • Madagascar's landscape may not be a bad fit for lions, giraffes, zebras, and hippos.
    • Seti thought that Vortas' hair was reminiscent of a zebra except with black-and-purple stripes instead of a zebra's black-and-white stripes.
    • So are zebras just horses that leaned on wet painted fences?
    • A good idea is to board the little train which encircles the zoo enclosure and allows you to see the giraffes, hippos, zebra, camels and rhinos.
    • The western part of Kenya's largest national park boasts the Mzima crystal springs, a haven for hippos, elephants, gazelles, zebras, and giraffes.
    • Of all the wild equines in the world today, only the plains zebras of Africa are present in large numbers.
    • A zebra or horse without a hoof is a sitting duck for predators.
    • The preserve is home to elephants, giraffes, zebra, and various species of antelope and monkey.
    • Towards the west end of the zoo were a number of large paddocks, home to zebras, deer, horned oryx and Przewalski wild horses.
    • The Cape Colony extended systematic protection to elephants, giraffes, hippopotami, buffalo, zebras, quaggas and antelopes in 1886.
    • This family, made up of the horses, asses and zebras, contains one genus with nine species.
    • Horses and zebras, for example, can interbreed but no one considers them the same species.
    • Aardvarks, rabbits, zebras, and other animals that rely on a more sedentary diet opt for eyes on each side of the head, maximizing their ability to spot lurking dangers.
    • The route of the safari will allow visitors to see for themselves a wide variety of African wildlife including lions, rhinos, giraffes, zebras, chimpanzees and many other species.
    • Like all equids, mountain zebras are polygynous.
    • Burchell's zebras will mate with donkeys, producing a hybrid that has been called a ‘zebdonk.’
    • In Australia, kangaroos occupy the position held on other continents by grass eaters such as antelope, deer, zebra, and bison.
    • Horses, zebras and donkeys are probably descended from an equine (horse-like) kind, since they can interbreed, although the offspring are sterile.
    • You'll get up close to the wildlife, including giraffe, zebra, impala and wildebeest, and all riding abilities are catered for, including beginners.