A zebra is an animal similar to a horse, noted for its black and white stripes.
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- The Zebra is striped all over so that the Lion can see him and eat him. Some people say he is striped so that the Lion can not see him. These people believe that the stripes of the Zebra simulate the bars of sunlight falling through the tall jungle grasses and that therefore the Zebra is invisible and that the earth is flat.
- Will Cuppy, How to Tell Your Friends from the Apes, The Zebra (1931)
- Behold the Zebra on the plains,
And shudder at his mighty manes!
- Ogden Nash, The Zebra
- Alex, do not interrupt me when I'm daydreaming. If a zebra's in the zone, leave him alone.
- From Madagascar (film): Marty the Zebra (2005)
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