Plush Zebra Toy Supplier
Basic Information. Description :Plush Zebra Toy Supplier Model NO.: M101081 Age: Any Age MOQ: 500PCS Per Style Material: Plush Sample fee: US$ 60 per style. Filling : Polyester . Size: 45cm L or Customized Trademark: Customized Sample Time: 5-7 Working Days HS Code: 9503002100 Fabric: Super soft...
Description:Plush Zebra Toy Supplier
Model NO.: M101081 Age: Any Age
MOQ: 500PCS Per Style Material: Plush
Sample fee: US$ 60 per style. Filling: Polyester.
Size: 45cm L or Customized Trademark: Customized
Sample Time: 5-7 Working Days HS Code: 9503002100
Fabric: Super soft plush. Origin: Guangdong, China
Usage: For gift, toy, promotion.
Certification: CE, EN71, ASTM, CPSIA, REACH
Loading Port: Shenzhen Or Other City Port
Package: One PC in a Poly bag, suitable quantity in a Carton
Delivery details: 25-35 working days after sample approval and received the deposit.
OEM service: Warm, good hand felling, good for skin, breathes, perfect for seasons, soft enough.
Species to learn history
The zebra evolved from the original horse four million years ago, and the earliest known zebra is probably the veined zebra. Fossils of prehistoric marmots are found in the rock bed national museum of culture in kerwin, Idaho. The prehistoric horse, Equus simplicidens, has the same body shape as a zebra, with a short, narrow skeleton and a more veiny zebra.
Currently there are three species and subspecies of zebra. The number of zebras varies greatly, and the relationship between the taxonomic status of several subspecies is well known. The most common species of plain zebra (lexus-like Equus quagga), also known as ordinary zebra, live in South Africa and East Africa, has confirmed the subspecies of six: brinell zebra (e. q. burchellii), chavez zebra (e. q. Chapmani), gram zebra (e. q. crawshayi), the club's zebra (e. q. borensis), grant zebra (e. q. Boehmi) and extinct zebra (e. q. Quagga).
Equus zebra in South Africa has smoother skin than the plains zebra, a white belly with narrower markings and two subspecies, but both are endangered.
Equus grevyi is the largest zebra. They're small, they're kind of like donkeys. Zebras live in the semi-arid grasslands of Ethiopia and northern Kenya. The zebra is one of the smallest in number and is near extinction.
Although the distribution areas of different zebra species may overlap, they have never interbred, such as the cheroot subspecies of the zebra in platypus and platypus. Captive zebras are likely to be hybrids, such as plains and mountain zebras, which look similar to plains zebras except that they have large ears and are slightly different. If male zebra and female zebra cross, the chance of abortion will be higher.