Produced in Japanese, this series contains 20 lessons on the beginner level for teachers to use in foreign language science study. Zebras are known for their mostly vertical black and white striped coat. Their patterns of stripes are as individual as a human fingerprint. This species is closely related to the horse and the donkey. These unique animals usually live in small family groups of four to nine animals, and a single stallion leads them. When males are not leading a family group, then they form bachelor groups until they can establish their own herd. Zebras are widespread throughout Africa.