What sound does a zebra make?

While it might not “sound” that obvious, zebras do indeed produce noises. Some of them are very close to what horses sound like, yet they also have a very distinct high-pitched noise that makes them very special!

Generally speaking, zebras either bark, bray or snort. Such sound signals may express alertness, curiosity, or can be used as a greeting, to show impatience or anger.

Depending on the pitch and intensity, zebra sounds can either signify “hello” or “leave me alone”. 🙂

Would you like to find out what makes them so unique? Click on the “play” button below…


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