Generally zebras aren’t dangerous. Each zebra has a unique, only her inherent figure on the wool, performing a protective function. They communicate with zebras through sounds, facial expressions and movements. For example, the ears pressed to the head are a sign of aggression and warn against unwanted communication.
Zebras do not have a specific breeding period. The peak of fertility is observed at the beginning of the rainy season, which lasts from December to March. The gestation period is 350-390 days. Females most often give birth to the 1st colt, but in rare cases, there may be twins. The weight of the newborn is about 30 kilograms. The kid almost immediately rises to his feet and follows his mother.
Among the babies there is a very high mortality rate. Death most often comes from predators. Up to 1 year, only 50% of foals survive. Mother feeds the baby with milk for 16 months. Females bring offspring once in 3 years. Sexual maturity in these animals occurs at 1.5 years.
The first time the female gives birth at the age of 3 years. The ability to give birth to them persists to 18 years. The life span of zebras in the wild is 25-30 years, and in captivity this period is increased to 40 years.