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The zebra is black with white stripes. When it is first born, it is red-brown. A zebra can weigh up to 340 kg, and grow to be 240 cm long and 125 cm at the shoulder. It can live up to 40 years. Zebras live in big flocks on the African savannah. They eat grass.
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