The Herbivore Hebraphant: Horse, Zebra, And Elephant

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The Hebraphant. I have created a new species called the Herbivore Hebraphant. The Hebraphant is a combination of a horse, zebra, and and elephant. The Hebraphant has the head of an elephant, the body of a horse, and the tail and stripes of a zebra. It is one of the most strongest herbivore hybrid because of the elephant and the horse. The elephant has a trunk that is able to kill. The horse has an incredibly strong body. Its legs, shoulders, and muscles. The zebra is very strong that it can kill a lion. Since the horse, zebra and elephant share DNA, their strength combines into something greater.

The first animal is the horse. The horse can live in any habitat. They need some shelter like trees or cliffs. They also need
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The zebra’s habitat is a wide range in East and Southern Africa. They usually live in treeless grasslands and Savanna Woodlands. Zebras do not live in deserts, rainforests, and wetlands. A zebra is a herbivore. They eat a variety of grasses including shrubs, herbs, twigs, leaves, and bark. Zebras get salt from eating plants. When grass plants are not available, they can survive on roots and bark from trees. Zebras are closely related to horses and donkeys, the zebra is best known for its black and white striped body. The stripes are believed to be camouflage that help them hide well in the grass. Zebras have narrow tightly packed stripes, long legs, and oval ears. They have the shape of a horse’s body. A zebra’s defense is pretty cool. If one zebra is attacked, its family will come to its defense, circling the wounded zebra and attempting to drive off. If there is no family, the zebra will run and try to fight off the …show more content…
An elephant's habitat is the African Savannah. Certain elephants inhabit the dense rainforests of west and central Africa. Some other elephants are found in India, Sri Lanka, China and much of Southeast Asia. An elephant consumes several hundred pounds of vegetation daily. 16-18 hours (80% of the day) of an elephant's day is spent feeding. Elephants consume grasses, small plants, bushes, fruit, twigs, tree bark,and roots. The elephant is the largest living land mammal. An elephant has a proboscis or trunk, relatively large ears, long tusks, columnar legs and thick skin. ”All elephants have several distinctive features, the most notable of which is a long trunk or proboscis, used for many purposes, particularly breathing, lifting water, and grasping objects. Their incisors grow into tusks, which can serve as weapons and as tools for moving objects and digging. Elephants' large ear flaps help to control their body temperature. Their pillar-like legs can carry their great

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