What physical and behavioral adaptations do zebras have that them evade predators? a. live in families and travel in large numbers for protection; bunch together to confuse the predator with their stripes or run away at speeds up to 40 m. p.h; .sharp teeth and strong hoofs to defend themselves b. live solitary lives unless feeding when they bunch together for protection; short legs and necks so predators have harder time holding on when attacked; stripes so they blend in with their surroundings c. live in families and travel in large numbers for protection; sharp teeth for defense; develop stripes as they mature to better blend in with the herd because they are provided less protection from their parents d. feed primarily at night for safety from predators; scatter to feed so predators have a harder time finding them; long necks to see over tall grasses and spot predators before they get too close

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 a. live in families and travel in large numbers for protection; bunch together to confuse the predator with their stripes or run away at speeds up to 40 m.p.h;.sharp teeth and strong hoofs to defend themselves
The correct option is A.
Physical and behavioral adaptations refer to those behaviors that an animal has which enhance its survival in its environment. Zebras have many physical and behavioral adaptations which help them to evade predators and to take advantage of food source. Zebra are social animals and they live in herd, which can be as much as 1000 zebras. The zebras often form smaller groups that range from five to twenty zebras within the herd. Zebras possess stripes which they use to camouflage, they also have several type of teeth which enhance their survival in their environment. 
The answer is A. They live with their families. Their group is called harem.  They all live in harems. The color of zebras also act as camouflage when they run, they can't be easily identified by predators. The stripes also helps them idemtify their own kind.
It's A because Zebras use their teeth and hooves to defend themselves and stripes to cause confusion when in packs. 
I thought I already answered this but anyways, the answer is A. Zebras will live and graze in herds. When a predator spooks the herd the zebras run as one. That ways it confuses let's say the lion because they see in black and white. To them they see racing stripes so it's hard for them to decide which zebra to take down. If running together backfires, the zebras will stand their ground and protect the weaker and younger zebras by kicking and biting the lions. Hope this helps!
I believe the answer is the first choice!
A. live in families and travel in large numbers for protection; bunch together to confuse the predator with their stripes or run away at speeds up to 40 m.p.h;.sharp teeth and strong hoofs to defend themselves

The correct answer is option a.

Explanation:

The behavioral and physical adaptations signify towards the behaviors, which an animal has that increases its survival in the environment. The zebras exhibit various behavioral and physical adaptations that assist them to evade predators and to take benefit of the food source.  

The zebras are the social animals and they thrive in the herd that can be as big as of 1000 zebras. The zebras usually establish smaller groups, which range from 5 to 20 within the herd. The zebras also contain stripes that they utilize to camouflage, they also exhibit many kinds of teeth that increase their chances of survival in their surroundings.  

The answer is A. Zebras will travel hers while they graze to stay safe. Younger, weaker, and much older zebras will be in the middle of the herd for protection. When a lion or cheetah upsets the herd, than the herds starts running as one. That will confuse a lion because they only see in black and white. To them they see a blur of racing stripes.


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