The ways in which a zebra interacts with its environment and other organisms are only a small part of the ecology of the African plains. To understand what individuals, populations, and communities need to survive, ecologists study the interactions among species and between species and their environment. Why does a zebra fit so well into the African savannah? (McDougal and Littell) Chapter 14
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