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Are Zebras Black or White?
Zoobuds Zebra earbuds come with three different size ear tip adapters to snugly fit virtually any ear (including children's ears). As you would expect, they work with iPods, iPhones, and all popular music players with 3.5 mm plug-in jacks. The tight fit makes them sound better than the ear buds that came with your device.
Are You Curious...?
Every zebra's stripes are unique to that individual. Because some zebras have white underbellies, they were long thought to be white animals with black stripes. But studying their embryos showed that they're actually black animals, and the white stripes and bellies are embellishments. Zebras are relative newcomers, having evolved from Old World horses only within the past 4 million years. No zebra species have ever been successfully domesticated. There are three distinct species today. A fourth species, the quagga, was only striped like a zebra in front. The last quagga died in captivity in 1883. Analysis of its DNA showed that it was really a variety of plains zebra, and a selective breeding project managed to produce some convincing-looking quaggas in 2005.