Stuffed Animal Zebras

A zebra stuffed animal can be a special, exotic gift for anyone who loves animals. Zebra plushies, like other savannah animals such as the elephant and the lion, are very popular. Although the zebra is less spectacular than the aforementioned African animals, their beautiful pattern often makes them a particular favorite. Especially among leopard plushies, who are only too happy to eat them!

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Zebra plushie characteristics

Zebras are grazers that look a lot like horses. They live – often in the company of giraffes – on the savannah in Africa. They are known for their distinctive stripes, which are unique to each zebra. The stripes help the animals to reflect the heat of the sun and they protect the animals against various insects. Stuffed animal zebras have long, thick hair that grows on their necks, shoulders, and backs. Their tails are longer than those of other horse-like animals.

Zebra plushies are very social and usually live in large groups. They have a complex hierarchy based on their behavior and body language. Zebras travel great distances to find sufficient food and a safe living environment. They have to be careful not to become prey to their many dangerous enemies.

Famous Zebras (available as stuffed animals)

The most famous zebra in the media is Marty from the animated film Madagascar (2005) by DreamWorks Animation. Together with his friends – Alex the lion, Gloria the hippo and Melman the giraffe – Marty escapes from the zoo in New York City. Marty is the instigator of their escape; he wants to know what life in the wild is like and, unlike his friends, was overjoyed to be free.

A second well-known zebra is Stripes from the sports film Racing Stripes (2005). Stripes is a circus zebra who is accidentally abandoned in Kentucky and grows up on a farm next to a racetrack. In the film, free-spirited 16-year-old Channing “Chan” Walsh decides to race with him at the tracks.

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