Zebra's are hoofed horselike animals. Zebra's are horselike animals with a black and white striped coat. They are found wild in the open grassy plains of Africa. They live in small groups lead by a male. They graze on grass. The Zebra's main enemy is the lion. Zebras are native to Africa. There are different types of zebras, but they all have stripes. Zebras have been in danger of becoming extinct due to the activities of people, but they thrive in captivity, so there is hope that they will not disappear. They have a sharp sense of hearing which helps them escape other animals which hunt them. They live in small family groups, but gather in large herds when food is plentiful.