Social Patterns of African Plains Zebras. Seventh Grade Biology. Objectives. Use the Zebra as an example of characteristics one may not expect from wild animals. Describe a unique behavior from an animal at the zoo, on a show, or a pet at home.
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Seventh Grade Biology
An hierarchy of dominance is established by the female zebras.
Some people would call this hierarchy a “pecking order.” What animal do you think coined this phrase?
The dominant stallion will guard and protect at the back of the herd.
She has used her horses in assisting a group of home schooled children learn about the Oregon Trail.
Brenda and the children rode a covered wagon in pioneer garb to assist in the learning experience.About the Author