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Zebras are African equids best known for their distinctive white and black stripes. Their stripes come in different patterns unique to each individual. They are generally social animals and can be seen in small harems to large herds. In addition to their stripes, zebras have erect, mohawk-like manes. Unlike their closest relatives, horses and asses, zebras have never been truly domesticated.

The name “zebra” comes from the Old Portuguese word zevra which means “wild ass“. The pronunciation is /ˈzɛbrə/ ZEB-rə internationally, or /ˈziːbrə/ ZEE-brə in North America.

“Hooter” redirects here. For the former astronaut nicknamed “Hooter”, see Robert L. Gibson.

The Owls are the order Strigiformes, comprising 200 extant birds of prey, species. Most are solitary, and nocturnal, with some exceptions (e.g. the Burrowing Owl). Owls mostly hunt small mammals, insects, and other birds, though a few species specialize in hunting fish. They are found in all regions of the Earth except Antarctica, most of Greenland, and some remote islands. Though owls are typically solitary, the literary collective noun for a group of owls is a parliament.

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The Zebra Owl is a contradictory creature having derived its traits from two distinctive species which really have no relation to one another. It can be social at times, solitary at others. It may astound you with its intellect at times, or be reduced to a fumbling, awkward mess at others.

The Zebra Owl is remarkably hard to track, but you’ll know it when you see it.


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