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  Zebras are single-hoofed animals that are native to Africa. Zebras are very closely related to horses and donkeys; in fact, they are in the same genus, Equus . The most prominent feature of zebras is the bold patterns on their coats. Zebras are generally thought to have white coats with black or brown stripes, according to the San Diego Zoo, because the stripes end at their bellies and the inner side of the legs, which are   white. However, zebras have black skin under their white coats! Each species of zebra has a different general pattern of stripes. The Grevy's zebra has very thin stripes. The mountain zebra has vertical stripes on its neck and torso, but horizontal stripes on its haunches. Some subspecies of plains zebras have brownish shadow stripes between the black stripes, according to the San Diego Zoo Size   The largest zebra is the Grevy's zebra, according to the San Diego Zoo. It weighs 770 to 990 lbs. (350 to 450 kilograms) and is around 5 feet (1.5 meters) tall from shoulder to hoof. Their thick bodies make them look like mules with stripes. Mountain zebras are from 3.8 to 4.9 feet (116 to 150 cm) tall at the shoulder and weigh 529 to 820 lbs. (240 to 372 kg), according to the University of Michigan Museum of Zoology. Plains zebras are 3.6 to 4.8 feet (1.1 to 1.5 m) at the shoulder and weigh up to 770 lbs. (350 kg), according to the  African Wildlife Foundation.  Diet   Zebras eat mostly grass and will travel up to 1,800 miles in search of food, according to the  African Wildlife Foundation. Some zebras also eat leaves and twigs. Offspring   Female zebras carry their young for a gestation period of 12 to 14 months. Baby zebras are called foals. When they are born, foals weigh around 55 to 88 pounds (25 to 40 kg), according to the San Diego Zoo. Soon after birth, foals are able to stand up and walk.   The young zebra gets its nutrition from its mother's milk and will continue to nurse throughout its first year. Zebras become fully mature at 3 to 6 years old and will have a lifespan of around 25 years  LIFE EXPECT NCY In the wild, zebras live about 20-30 years; up to 40 years at zoos FACT FILE:   Swahili Name:  Punda Milia Scientific Name:  Burchell's zebra ( Equus burchellii  ); Grevy's zebra ( Equus grevyi  ) Size:  45 to 55 inches at the shoulder (Burchell's); 50 to 60 inches (Grevy's) Weight:  Burchell's: 485 to 550 pounds (Burchell's); 770 to 990 pounds (Grevy's) Lifespan:  40 years in captivity Habitat:  Woodlands to open plains Diet:  Herbivores Gestation:  12 months (Burchell's); 13 months (Grevy's) Predators:  Lions, hyenas, hunting dogs, leopards, cheetahs يب   مگض   ىبوطه   شا   ط ا      ىع   ے   بگ   چ   ےر   ے   ںه   ج   یه   مبًذ   مضا   ےئب   ے   شا  . ئبٌض   ىبضاد      صج   ہح      شا   ے   ے   ک   هضا   ا   ئاسا dampening تب   ج      شا   ب   ےض   ي      ٌه   ٌ ا      زب   ے   مضاشا   مب   کوبوآ   ہ  . ا   ہباے   ٍدبز   ےض   ض   ے   خب   به      ه   فٌه   کا   ے   ے   کا   ےض   ںه   ادا   نطه   غ   ب   کا   ںه   ہ   بھ   ٍاگ   لبے   بض   بج   ب   غ    سبضد  Return of the Pharaoh describes the ordeal which this Muslim activist went through in the notorious Egyptian prison. Instead of dampening her enthusiasm for Islam and the Islamic movement, her prison experiences  increased her commitment and dedication to the cause of Islam. This autobiographical work can be considered a historic document in that its author was an active witness to one of the most volatile periods of Egypt's contemporary history  Exercises:-   Results proved that these exercises are very useful in increasing eyesight. Sometimes these shown excellent results that even patients got rid of using glasses. Exercise # 1:   Look at some tree or green natural thing, which is far enough to you, for two minutes continuously. Then close your eyes and again open them, and repeat this eye opening and closing for fifty times and move to second exercise.   Exercise # 2:   Move your eyes, without moving your neck and head, in such a way that as you are looking at your ears. First look at right side then left side ear, and repeat this 25 times. Then close your eyes for one minute. Afterward open your eyes and look at a green tree for one minute, and move to third exercise.   Exercise # 3: Try to look at sky and then at your foot thumb without moving your neck and head. Do this for 25 times. Now close eyes strongly for 30 seconds and then look at the tree.   Exercise # 4: Make a circle with your eyes by moving your eyeballs but again without moving head and neck. Make this circle first at right side then at your left side. Then start fifth and last exercise.   Exercise # 5: Keeping your eyes close, imagine that a black hat is gradually going away from you, far away from you. When it disappears, imagine that it is coming gradually near to you. Repeat this imagination of going far then coming near for five minutes. Then open and close your eyes few times, and continue your daily life.     
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