How much did you learn in last week’s blog? Now do you know what a Zorse is? Let’s see how you do in today’s T/F quiz:
- The zorse is the product of a male zebra mating with a horse mare.
- The stripes on the zorse usually cover the entire animal.
- Zorses usually have long manes.
- Zorses enjoy open areas much more than a purebred horse.
- Zorses tend to have a less muscle mass than purebred horses.
- Zorses are animated and do a lot of running when out in the open.
- The zorse can be from the size of a pony to the size of a horse.
- The existence of the zorse was first recorded by naturalist Charles Darwin.
- The most common type of zebroid is the zorse.
- The zorse can live around 30 years.
- F The stripes on the zorse usually only cover part of the back and legs of the zorse.
- F Zorses usually don’t have long manes.
- F Zorses also tend to have a more muscle mass than purebred horses.
Well, do you know your horse facts about zorses? If you want to learn more, look up these other websites for you to check up on additional facts about the beautiful zorse:
(All information in this blog is referenced from the above websites)
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